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Cooked Meat, DNA Repair Genes and Breast Cancer Risk, Recurrence and Survival (2003)

Title:

Cooked Meat, DNA Repair Genes and Breast Cancer Risk, Recurrence and Survival

Key words:

cooked meat, DNA repair genes

Research Institution:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Location:

North Carolina

Researcher:

Susan Steck

Project Description:

Dr. Steck examined whether human subjects with both high intake of well-done meat containing carcinogens and less forms of DNA repair genes are at increased risk for breast cancer.

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