A study in the journal Cancer found women who experienced weight loss of at least 5% were at a 12% lower risk of having breast cancer, compared with women with stable weight. The findings, based on data for 61,335 women without a history of breast cancer, also showed that weight gain of at least 5% was tied to increased incidence of triple-negative breast cancer.
Research links weight loss to lower breast cancer risk
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