Coffee, tea do not increase breast cancer risk

05/26/2008 | Reuters

Drinking tea and coffee does not seem to raise a woman's risk of developing breast cancer, according to results from a recently released study that lasted 22 years. "Coffee and tea are remarkably safe beverages when used in moderation," said one of the researchers.

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