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November 2007 Issue

Grapefruit and Cancer?

Q. I read that eating grapefruit can cause breast cancer. Is that really true?
A. Not exactly, but there may be a risk. A recent study found that women who ate the equivalent of half a grapefruit every other day had a significantly increased risk of breast cancer.

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