Link Between Dairy and Death for Breast Cancer Patients

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By Molly Clifton

Women with breast cancer may want to avoid high fat dairy foods.

A new study found patients who ate one or more servings of products such as whole milk, ice cream or cheese had a 64 percent higher risk of dying.

Researchers at Kaiser Permanente say switching to low fat dairy products can lower the risk.
 



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