1. Low-fat diet including one piece of fruit a day could cut risk of death from breast cancer by a fifth  The Telegraph
  2. Health Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS Miami
  3. Transgender women face a greater risk of breast cancer  Daily Mail
  4. Risk of breast cancer rises 46 times for trans women after hormone therapy, study shows  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Low-fat diet may improve breast cancer survival  The Associated Press
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A low-fat diet including at least one portion of fruit a day cuts the risk of dying from breast cancer by a fifth, a major study suggests.A low-fat diet including at least one portion of fruit a day cuts the risk of dying from breast cancer by a fifth, a major study suggests.

Low-fat diet including one piece of fruit a day could cut risk of death from breast cancer by a fifth

Scientists in Amsterdam investigated rates of breast cancer in nearly 3,500 transgender people receiving hormone treatment compared with the general Dutch population.Scientists in Amsterdam investigated rates of breast cancer in nearly 3,500 transgender people receiving hormone treatment compared with the general Dutch population.

Transgender women face a greater risk of breast cancer | Daily Mail Online

“Women less likely to die of breast cancer if they eat their veggies. This is a rare randomized diet study. Very powerful. https://t.co/EvbFnxhMe5”

Maggie Fox on Twitter: "Women less likely to die of breast cancer if they eat their veggies. This is a rare randomized diet study. Very powerful. https://t.co/EvbFnxhMe5"

No region has as many high-disparity states clustered together as the South. No region has as many high-disparity states clustered together as the South.

Black Women More Likely to Die of Breast Cancer — Especially in the South | The Pew Charitable Trusts

A diet low in fat and rich in plants is found to increase the chance a woman will survive breast cancer.A 20-year study shows a significant drop in deaths from breast cancer among women who consumed less dietary fat.