Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 5th, 1998
They said they found that DNA damage found in cells from the breasts of healthy women increased when exposed to lipids (fats) from the same breast.
The researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research took tissue from eight women undergoing breast reduction operations and found that some of them already had DNA damage to cells in the breast tissue. They then exposed the cells to extracts of lipids from the same breast and found that the existing damage got...
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