Study links high-fat dairy to higher cancer mortality risk

03/15/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle

Women with breast cancer who ate a serving or more of high-fat dairy products each day had a 49% higher risk of death from their cancer over a 12-year period, according to a study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Kaiser Permanente researchers said the link could be higher estrogen levels in milk in Western countries, but officials with the dairy industry said the study did not show cause and effect.

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