A case–control study on the dietary intake of mushrooms and breast cancer risk among Korean women

@article{Hong2008ACS,
  title={A case–control study on the dietary intake of mushrooms and breast cancer risk among Korean women},
  author={Seo Ah Hong and Kirang Kim and Seok Jin Nam and Gu Kong and Mi Kyung Kim},
  journal={International Journal of Cancer},
  year={2008},
  volume={122}
}
To evaluate the association between dietary mushroom intake and breast cancer risk, a total of 362 women between the ages of 30 and 65 years who were histologically confirmed to have breast cancer were matched to controls by age (±2 years) and menopausal status. Mushroom intake was measured via a food frequency questionnaire that was administered by well‐trained interviewers. The associations between the daily intake and the average consumption frequency of mushrooms with breast cancer risk… 

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