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Eating more than one and a half servings of red meat a day doubles the risk of hormone receptor positive breast cancer in premenopausal women, claim US researchers.
The 12-year follow-up study included 90,659 women aged 26-46 at baseline who completed food frequency questionnaires at four-year intervals.
It was found that 1,021 women developed invasive breast cancer, including 512 cases that were oestrogen and progesterone receptor positive. …