High-fat diets linked to breast cancer

10/30/2003 | BBC

Research in the U.K. finds women who ate a diet high in saturated fats were 20% more likely to develop breast cancer than were women who ate smaller amounts of saturated fat diets. The scientists argue this is further evidence of the importance of not eating too much food high in saturated fat.

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