1. Less fat, more fruit may cut risk of breast cancer death  WHAS11.com
  2. Low-fat diet including one piece of fruit a day could cut risk of death from breast cancer by a fifth  The Telegraph
  3. Eating less fat and more fruit and veg lowers women’s chances of dying from breast cancer says study  Daily Mail
  4. Health Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS Miami
  5. A Low-Fat Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer  TIME
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The results of the 20-year study come from a rigorous test involving 49,000 women.The results of the 20-year study come from a rigorous test involving 49,000 women.

Breast cancer: Less fat, more fruit may cut death risk, study finds | whas11.com

A low-fat diet including at least one portion of fruit a day cuts the risk of dying from breast cancer by a fifth, a major study suggests.A low-fat diet including at least one portion of fruit a day cuts the risk of dying from breast cancer by a fifth, a major study suggests.

Low-fat diet including one piece of fruit a day could cut risk of death from breast cancer by a fifth

For the first time, a large experiment carried out over two decades suggests that trimming dietary fat and eating more fruits and vegetables may lower a woman's risk of dying of breast cancer.For the first time, a large experiment carried out over two decades suggests that trimming dietary fat and eating more fruits and vegetables may lower a woman's risk of dying of breast cancer.

Eating less fat and more fruit and veg lowers women’s chances of dying from breast cancer says study | Daily Mail Online

A new study in mice finds that reused cooking oil may encourage breast cancer metastases. These preliminary results are sure to spark more research.A new study in mice finds that reused cooking oil may encourage breast cancer metastases. These preliminary results are sure to spark more research.

Could reused cooking oil trigger breast cancer spread?

Women can drastically reduce their chance of developing breast cancer by eating all their meals within an eight-hour window, a new study has found.Women can drastically reduce their chance of developing breast cancer by eating all their meals within an eight-hour window, a new study has found.

Eating in this time window ‘dramatically’ reduces chance of breast cancer: study

“New study finds that low-fat diets rich in plant-based foods help reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer: https://t.co/PQpOncLktA”

Neal Barnard, MD on Twitter: "New study finds that low-fat diets rich in plant-based foods help reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer: https://t.co/PQpOncLktA"

“Women less likely to die of breast cancer if they eat their veggies. This is a rare randomized diet study. Very powerful. https://t.co/EvbFnxhMe5”

Maggie Fox on Twitter: "Women less likely to die of breast cancer if they eat their veggies. This is a rare randomized diet study. Very powerful. https://t.co/EvbFnxhMe5"

“A problem for those on Keto diets? Less fat, more fruit may cut risk of dying of breast cancer https://t.co/GBWPhO7ToM via @statnews”

Pamela Fayerman on Twitter: "A problem for those on Keto diets? Less fat, more fruit may cut risk of dying of breast cancer https://t.co/GBWPhO7ToM via @statnews"

“Diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains - and slightly lower fat than typical American fare - appears to lower risk of developing/dying from breast cancer, study finds. https://t.co/4WhDgx5KDn”

Karen Weintraub on Twitter: "Diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains - and slightly lower fat than typical American fare - appears to lower risk of developing/dying from breast cancer, study finds. https://t.co/4WhDgx5KDn"

A new study makes the case for low-fat diets as part of a strategy for reducing the risk of dying from breast cancerA new study makes the case

A Low-Fat Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer | Time

Shaving before applying underarm antiperspirants can increase aluminum absorption. Could this explain the greater number of tumors and the disproportionateShaving before applying underarm antiperspirants can increase aluminum absorption. Could this explain the greater number of tumors and the disproportionate incidence of breast cancer in the upper outer quadrant of the breast near the armpit?

Antiperspirants And Breast Cancer | Care2 Healthy Living

Women aged over 50 can cut their risk of dying from breast cancer by a fifth by eating smaller portions of meat and having one extra serving of fruit and vegetables a day, the first trial of its kind has shown.The two-decade study of 49,000 women found that even a slightly healthier diet could makeWomen aged over 50 can cut their risk of dying from breast cancer by a fifth by eating smaller portions of meat and having one extra serving of fruit and vegetables a day, the first trial of its...

Breast cancer: Eating less fat cuts risk by a fifth, study shows | News | The Times

Objective To investigate the incidence and characteristics of breast cancer in transgender people in the Netherlands compared with the general Dutch population. Design Retrospective, nationwide cohort study. Setting Specialised tertiary gender clinic in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Participants 2260 adult trans women (male sex assigned at birth, female gender identity) and 1229 adult trans men (female sex assigned at birth, male gender identity) who received gender affirming hormone treatment. Main outcome measures Incidence and characteristics (eg, histology, hormone receptor status) of breast cancer in transgender people. Results The total person time in this cohort was 33 991 years for trans women and 14 883 years for trans men. In the 2260 trans women in the cohort, 15 cases of invasive breast cancer were identified (median duration of hormone treatment 18 years, range 7-37 years). This was 46-fold higher than in cisgender men (standardised incidence ratio 46.7, 95% confidence interval 27.2 to 75.4) but lower than in cisgender women (0.3, 0.2 to 0.4). Most tumours were of ductal origin and oestrogen and progesterone receptor positive, and 8.3% were human epidermal growth factor 2 (HER2) positive. In 1229 trans men, four cases of invasive breast cancer were identified (median duration of hormone treatment 15 years, range 2-17 years). This was lower than expected compared with cisgender women (standardised incidence ratio 0.2, 95% confidence interval 0.1 to 0.5). Conclusions This study showed an increased risk of breast cancer in trans women compared with cisgender men, and a lower risk in trans men compared with cisgender women. In trans women, the risk of breast cancer increased during a relatively short duration of hormone treatment and the characteristics of the breast cancer resembled a more female pattern. These results suggest that breast cancer screening guidelines for cisgender people are sufficient for transgender people using hormone treatment.

Breast cancer risk in transgender people receiving hormone treatment: nationwide cohort study in the Netherlands | The BMJ

While the diet change did not lower the risk of developing breast cancer, doctors say it may improve the odds of survival.While the diet change did not lower the risk of developing breast cancer, doctors say it may improve the odds of survival.

Less fat, more fruit may cut breast cancer death risk

No region has as many high-disparity states clustered together as the South. No region has as many high-disparity states clustered together as the South.

Black Women More Likely to Die of Breast Cancer — Especially in the South | The Pew Charitable Trusts

For the first time, a large experiment suggests that trimming dietary fat and eating more fruits and vegetables may lower a woman's risk of dying of breast cancer. The results are notable... For the first time, a large experiment suggests that trimming dietary fat and eating more fruits and vegetables may lower a woman's risk of dying of breast cancer. The results are notable...

Around here we're used to seeing the world through a particular lens. To the point of monomania in fact, using economics as our foundational logic system. ThisAround here we're used to seeing the world through a particular lens. To the point of monomania in fact, using economics as our foundational logic system. This means that we're always fascinated by natural experiments. For within economics it's terribly difficult to conduct controlled such. Sure, you can torture some undergraduates in a lab but that's not all that illuminating about the real world and entire economies are difficult to herd onto a university campus. The monomania means that it can take time for us to remember that other subjects work differently. As here with trans women and breast cancer. Our initial reaction was, wow, what fun, we've a natural experiment here! Isn't that unusual and don't we learn a lot from it? It really did take a bit of time to recall that such natural stuff is exactly how medicine has always worked. You know, noting correlations between certain events and thus trying to track back to work out the causation of the correlation? Leading, say, to

It Appears That Breast Cancer Is Just One Of Those Things About Being A Woman | The Continental Telegraph

Around here we're used to seeing the world through a particular lens. To the point of monomania in fact, using economics as our foundational logic system. This means that we're always fascinated by natural experiments. For within economics it's terribly difficult to conduct controlled such. Sure, you can torture some undergraduates in a lab but that's not all that illuminating about the real world and entire economies are difficult to herd onto a university campus. The monomania means that it can take time for us to remember that other subjects work differently. As here with trans women and breast cancer. Our initial reaction was, wow, what fun, we've a natural experiment here! Isn't that unusual and don't we learn a lot from it? It really did take a bit of time to recall that such natural stuff is exactly how medicine has always worked. You know, noting correlations between certain events and thus trying to track back to work out the causation of the correlation? Leading, say, to handpumps being locked. The cause being? But what is it that we learn here? Not just that trans women should have mammograms. Rather, we appear to have learned something rather important about the incidence of breast cancer. At least, something we can hypothesise and then do that tracking back to confirm or refute. If the presence - assuming that it's not the injection that causes it - of female hormones creates 2/3 rds of the normal breast cancer risk then we can at least hypothesise that 2/3 rds of breast cancer is caused by the simple presence of female hormones. Not even by the cycle of them, just the presence. Which is interesting, isn't it? Rather than there being any external cause, environment, pollution, aluminium in deodorant - an actual speculation - much of it seems to be stuff that just happens because women are. As with much prostate cancer, happens just because men are. Which is indeed useful to know even if it's not going to stop the American tort bar from pursuing what- and whom- ever.Around here we're used to seeing the world through a particular lens. To the point of monomania in fact, using economics as our foundational logic system. This means that we're always fascinated by natural experiments. For within economics it's terribly difficult to conduct controlled such. Sure, you can torture some undergraduates in a lab but that's not all that illuminating about the real world and entire economies are difficult to herd onto a university campus. The monomania means that it can take time for us to remember that other subjects work differently. As here with trans women and breast cancer. Our initial reaction was, wow, what fun, we've a natural experiment here! Isn't that unusual and don't we learn a lot from it? It really did take a bit of time to recall that such natural stuff is exactly how medicine has always worked. You know, noting correlations between certain events and thus trying to track back to work out the causation of the correlation? Leading, say, to

It Appears That Breast Cancer Is Just One Of Those Things About Being A Woman | The Continental Telegraph

A diet low in fat and rich in plants is found to increase the chance a woman will survive breast cancer.A 20-year study shows a significant drop in deaths from breast cancer among women who consumed less dietary fat.

Many people are not aware that obesity is a risk factor for cancer.Many people are not aware that obesity is a risk factor for cancer.

Research: Diet changes can impact risk for breast cancer | News | wfsb.com