Singing in choir could help beat cancer
Singing in the choir could help cancer patients stay in remission, scientists have suggested
One hour of choral singing was found to increase levels of immune proteins, reduce stress and improve mood.
Boosting the immune system and keeping down stress are important in preventing cancer returning.
Dr Ian Lewis, director of research at the charity Tenovus Cancer Care, who co-led the study, said: “These are really exciting findings.”