Study finds no link between meat consumption, breast cancer

05/26/2009 | Yahoo!

A study of 120,755 postmenopausal women did not find an increased risk of breast cancer among women who ate meat. Researchers looked at intake of total meat, red meat, white meat, processed meat, meat cooked at high temperatures and levels of meat doneness, and found no associations with the risk of breast cancer.

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