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Lifestyle, progesterone, and risk of breast cancer. Causal association between progesterone concentrations and breast cancer has not been shown



Lifestyle, progesterone, and risk of breast cancer. Causal association between progesterone concentrations and breast cancer has not been shown



BMJ 323(7319): 1002




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