Published in Cancer Weekly, August 14th, 1995
Researchers said that while their findings were not uniformly consistent, they do suggest breast cancer risk is not set in childhood, but can change because of environmental factors in the middle years of life.
Their analysis of breast cancer among immigrants to Australia and Canada showed that up to 83 percent of women coming from countries with low breast cancer risk eventually developed about the same rate of breast cancer as natives of Australia and Canada.
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