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Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women after skin cancer and it is the number one cancer killer of women who do not smoke. Most cases of breast cancer occur after menopause and are more common in overweight and obese women. Cases of breast cancer that develop...
 
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Women who consume more soy foods and other legumes rich in isoflavones are less likely to die from breast cancer. There have been growing concerns, particularly among American oncologists treating breast cancer, that isoflavones found in soy foods may increase the risk of cancer recurrence among breast cancer patients....
 

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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 that current research data is insufficient ... Does Mammography Reduce Mortality?
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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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  Epidemiological data from the 1960s and 1970s showed a fairly strong correlation between dietary fat intake and the risk of breast cancer.1 Figure 1 shows that the death rate from breast cancer was several fold higher in countries where dietary fat intake was very high compared to countries...