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Cyclic Fluctuations in Food Intake, Body Weight and Mammary Tumorigenesis (1993)

Title:

Cyclic Fluctuations in Food Intake, Body Weight and Mammary Tumorigenesis

Key words:

high-fat diet, low-fat diet

Research Institution:

University of New Hampshire

Location:

New Hampshire

Researcher:

Anthony R Tagliaferro

Project Description:

Fat and excess calories have been associated with increased risks for breast cancer while caloric restriction, in animal studies, has been shown to be a potent inhibitor of breast cancer. Dr. Tagliaferro continued his study on whether or not �yo-yo� dieting increases the risk for breast cancer.

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