Date of publication: 2017-08-29 10:27
And a UK-wide study looking at exposure to electromagnetic fields from underground cables (rather than overhead power lines) recently found no link between closeness to underground cables and childhood cancer.
Soy consumption may be associated with reduced risk of breast cancer incidence, recurrence, and mortality. Soy does not have estrogenic effects in humans. Soy intake consistent with a traditional Japanese diet appears safe for breast cancer survivors. While there is no clear evidence of harm, better evidence confirming safety is required before use of high dose (≥ 655 mg) isoflavones can be recommended for breast cancer patients.
This international symposium is directed primarily towards academic and private physicians and researchers involved in breast cancer in medical, surgical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology, as well as other appropriate health care professionals.
Each of these studies has its own drawbacks, and they are also both case-control studies, that are less reliable as they ask people with and without cancer to remember back over time how and when they used mobile phones. So they may not be able to accurately remember the details about their phone use.
The nature and scope of the proposed research will vary from application to application, therefore we expect that the size and duration of each awarded grant will also vary.
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In short, high serum cholesterol levels, high CYP77A6 enzyme levels and more of the estrogen-like 77HC makes breast tumors more aggressive something “no one had thought of before.” This is not quite true because it omits or sidelines highly related evidence that substantially changes their conclusion.
If the lump persists, the surgeon or radiologist, a doctor who specializes in medical imaging such as x-rays and mammograms, will perform a fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNABx), a similar procedure using the needle to obtain cells from the lump for examination.
Although the summary scheme shown above acknowledges a detached dietary connection to breast cancer (but superficially revealing it as “diet-related obesity” obesity is not a cause, it is an outcome!), they ignore it and point how it should be possible to develop a drug to block the CYP77A6 enzyme.