Published in Lab Law Weekly, January 6th, 2006
"The trends in total fat intake over 25 years (1961-1985) and breast cancer mortality (1971-1995) in postmenopausal women (ages 45-79 years old) in,23 countries were examined by correlations between 5-year averages for age-standardized mortality rates (ASMRs) and 5-year averages for amounts of fat available per person per day obtained from food balance sheets," scientists in Taiwan reported. "The ASMRs correlated well with the relative risk for death due to breast cancer analyzed using the age-period-cohort model."
"Among the 23 countries studied," Y.P. Liaw and...
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