Food & Breast Cancer

A recent study in the JADA examined the association between foods and oxidative DNA damage [djuric Z et al JADA 1998;98-524]. If confirmed by larger studies, these results would suggest that specific dietary changes to reduce oxidative DNA damage could possibly reduce the risk of breast cancer. Specifically, this study showed that fatty meats were associated with more DNA damage whereas the women ...

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