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Low-Fat Diet is a Weapon Against Breast Cancer: Study

Newsmax Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Health experts have long touted the benefits of a low-fat diet for preventing heart disease, but now a large study suggests it might do the same against breast cancer. Researchers found that eating low-fat foods reduced a woman's risk of dying from breast cancer by 21%....
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CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports on how your diet can lower your risk for breast cancer.

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