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Physical activity status in relation to quality of life and dietary habits in breast cancer survivors: subset analyses of KROG 14-09 nationwide questionnaire study

Auteurs: Sung-Ja Ahn, Jin Hee Kim, Mison Chun, Won Sup Yoon, Chai Hong Rim, Dae Sik Yang, Jong-Hoon Lee, Kyubo Kim, Moonkyoo Kong, Suzy Kim, Juree Kim, Kyung Ran Park, Young-Joo Shin, Sun Young Ma, Bae-Kwon Jeong, Su Ssan Kim, Yong Bae Kim, Dong Soo Lee

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Abstract

Purpose

We investigated the relationship of physical activity with dietary habits and quality of life (QoL) in breast cancer survivors in accordance with the recommendations of the American Cancer Society.

Methods

Data of 928 breast cancer survivors were obtained from the KROG 14-09 study to measure QoL in early phase after adjuvant radiotherapy. According to the extent of physical activity, survivors were divided into four groups: inactivity (0–149 min/week, N = 144), regular activity (150–450 min/week, N = 309), moderate activity (451–900 min/week, N = 229), and marked activity (901–1800 min/week, N = 164) excluding hyperactivity (> 1800 min/week, N = 82) as it is a difficult condition to recommend to survivors. Global physical activity questionnaire, 5-dimensional questionnaire by EuroQoL (EQ-5D-3L), QoL Questionnaire–breast cancer (QLQ-BR23) from EORTC, and dietary habits were surveyed. A linear-to-linear association test for EQ-5D-3L and Kruskal–Wallis analysis for QLQ-BR23 and dietary habit were conducted.

Results

Overall, 15.5% respondents (144/928) were classified as physically inactive. The trends of frequent intake of fruits (p = 0.001) and vegetable (p = 0.005) and reluctance toward fatty food (p < 0.001) were observed in physically active groups. Mobility (p = 0.021) and anxiety (p = 0.030) of EQ-5D-3L, and systemic therapy side effect (p = 0.027) and future perspective (p = 0.008) of QLQ-BR23 were better in physically active groups besides body image (p = 0.003) for the survivors with breast-conserving surgery. However, moderate and marked activities did not further improve QoL than regular activity.

Conclusion

Physicians and care-givers have to pay attention to inactive survivors to boost their physical activity, thereby facilitating a better QoL and dietary habit.
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Metagegevens
Titel
Physical activity status in relation to quality of life and dietary habits in breast cancer survivors: subset analyses of KROG 14-09 nationwide questionnaire study
Auteurs
Sung-Ja Ahn
Jin Hee Kim
Mison Chun
Won Sup Yoon
Chai Hong Rim
Dae Sik Yang
Jong-Hoon Lee
Kyubo Kim
Moonkyoo Kong
Suzy Kim
Juree Kim
Kyung Ran Park
Young-Joo Shin
Sun Young Ma
Bae-Kwon Jeong
Su Ssan Kim
Yong Bae Kim
Dong Soo Lee
Publicatiedatum
23-07-2020
Uitgeverij
Springer International Publishing
Gepubliceerd in
Quality of Life Research / Uitgave 12/2020
Print ISSN: 0962-9343
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-2649
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02585-4

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