A new study shows that choosing between high-fat and low-fat dairy products can make a difference for breast cancer survival. Candyce Kroenke, ScD, MPH, from Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California reports that their study is the first to show the association between these factors and breast cancer mortality. The observational study published recently in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute showed that a high-fat dairy intake of at least half a serving daily increased the risk of dying from the disease breast cancer while consuming low-fat dairy did not affect recurrence or survival. Previous studies have shown that dairy […]Continue reading Dairy Products Increase Deaths from Breast Cancer
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