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Exercise Science 2007;16(2): 125-130.
규칙적인 운동이 성인 남성의 혈중 종양 표지자에 미치는 영향
김병로, 강설중
창원대학교
The effects of regular exercise on the blood tumar marker of middle aged male.
ABSTRACT
Kim, B.R., & Kang S.J. The effects of regular exercise on the blood tumor marker of middle aged male. Exercise Science, 16(2): 125-130, 2007. The purpose of this study was investigate the effect of regular exercise on the blood tumor marker of middle aged male. The subjects of this study were divided into two group; One was exercise group(n=34) that did work out regularly over three months, 3~5 times a week, 30 minutes at a time. The other was control group that did not exercise at all(n=41). Blood tumar marker were carcinoembryonic antigen; CEA, α-Fetroprotein; AFP, cancer antigen 19-9; CA 19-9, Prostate Specific Antigen; PSA etc. The results were as follows; First, there were no difference between exercise group and control group in the concentration of CEA, CA 19-9, and PSA respectively. Second, there was significant difference between exercise group and control group in the concentration of AFP. Consequently, this results means that regular exercise affects on positively to decrease the risk factor of cancer in liver and stomach in digestive system of human body.
Key words: regular exercise, blood tumor marker, CEA, AFP, CA 19-9, PSA
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