Weight gain linked to higher breast cancer mortality

12/10/2007 | USA Today

The risk of breast cancer mortality goes up 14% for every 11 pounds a woman gains after diagnosis, according to a new study from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Breast Cancer Foundation. The findings also showed that breast cancer patients with a BMI classified as obese were more than twice as likely to die than those of normal weight.

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