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A new report on the benefits and risks associated with mammography and breast examinations to screen for breast cancer in asymptomatic women has proven to be quite controversial. The U. S. Preventative Task Force (USPTF) was put together by a group of experts from around the country. Their conclusions...
 
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A secondary analysis by researchers at the University of Southern California looked at 643 men in the Aspirin/Folate Polyp Prevention (AFPP) Study who took 1,000 mcg of folic acid daily as a supplement or a placebo for 10 years. Lead researcher Dr. Jane Figueredo found the folic acid supplement...
 

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About 25 years ago, Dr. Carroll published data that found a strong correlation between the amount of fat in the diet in different countries and the risk of developing and dying from breast cancer. In the United States today, one out of every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in ... Do Low Fat Diets Reduce Breast Cancer?
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In November 2007, the results of an expert panel reviewing the scientific evidence linking diet and other lifestyle factors to the development of various types of cancer was published. This distinguished panel of experts was put together by the American Institute of Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund to review more than 7,000 ... Diet, Exercise and Cancer Risk
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The fourth leading cancer killer in the United States is pancreatic cancer. More than 30,000 Americans are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year and more than 95% will die from it within 5 years. The death rate from pancreatic cancer fell during World War II as the amount of...