Published in Cancer Weekly, September 15th, 1997
The study - the first to show a significant association between such fats and the life-threatening illness - is important because people can reduce trans fatty acid consumption by changing diets, researchers say. They suspect, but have not proven, that trans fatty acids may contribute to breast cancer development and that by cutting back on them, some women can protect themselves from the disorder.
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