Research News

July 2005 Issue

Low-Fat Diet Prevents Breast Cancer Recurrence

For years, researchers have unsuccessfully debated a possible link between fat intake and breast cancer. Now, for the first time, a large clinical trial has found that women who cut the fat in their diets following standard treatment for early breast cancer significantly reduced their risk of recurrent cancer.

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