Higher frequency of dairy intake is associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer: Results from a case-control study in Northern and Eastern China

@inproceedings{Yu2019HigherFO,
  title={Higher frequency of dairy intake is associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer: Results from a case-control study in Northern and Eastern China},
  author={Lixiang Yu and Lei Jian Liu and Fei Wang and Fei Zhou and Yujuan Xiang and Shuya Huang and Gengshen Yin and Yingjie Zhuo and Zhongbing Ma and Qiang Zhang and Zhigang Yu},
  booktitle={Oncology letters},
  year={2019}
}
The association between dairy intake and breast cancer risk has not been well investigated, especially in the Chinese population. This study aimed to examine the association between the weekly frequency of dairy intake and the risk of breast cancer among women in Northern and Eastern China, and to investigate whether the association varied by hormone receptor status. A total of 1,286 cases of breast cancer and 1,461 controls were enrolled in this study. Dairy intake was obtained using a food… CONTINUE READING

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