Study Finds Women Can Reduce Their Risk Of Breast Cancer
Study Finds Women Can Reduce Their Risk of Breast Cancer
According to a report by the American Institute for Cancer Research, women can cut their risk of breast cancer by at least 40% if they take some preventative steps. The researchers looked at links between breast cancer and diet, body weight and physical activity.
The recent study is an update from a 2007 review of more than 800 studies. However, the newly updated review includes evidence from an additional 81 studies that have been published since then.
The report on breast cancer is part of the Continuous Update Project. The long-term goal is to continuously update the findings of the expert report so that cancer prevention advice is always based on the latest research. For free information about breast cancer, contact the medical malpractice attorneys of Pennsylvania at Berger & Lagnese, LLC.