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Intake of food groups and associated micronutrients in relation to risk of early-stage breast cancer

Intake of food groups and associated micronutrients in relation to risk of early-stage breast cancer

International Journal of Cancer 82(3): 315-321

In a large case-control study of early-onset breast cancer, we evaluated risk related to a variety of food groups, associated micronutrients and non-nutritive constituents. Cases treated with chemotherapy appeared to have altered reporting of food intake and were excluded. Analyses were restricted to 568 cases with in situ and localized disease and 1451 population-based controls.

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PMID: 10399945

DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1097-0215(19990730)82:3<315::aid-ijc1>3.0.co;2-n

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