Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration

Project Yields Good Data

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in April 2000 has shown:

"Our study suggests that women reporting dietary patterns that included fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy and lean meats, as recommended by current dietary guidelines, have a lower risk of mortality", the authors write.

Reduced risk of mortality was shown, not just from cancer but coronary heart disease and stroke.

The authors were Ashima K. Kant, PhD, Queens College of CUNY et al. Follow-up of the 42,254 women lasted a median time of 5.6 years (there were 2065 deaths in the women, mean age of 61.1).

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