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    • Smoking and Breast Cancer Risk Fact Sheet No. 46 

      Warren, Barbour S.; Devine, Carol (Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, 2002-11)
      Tobacco smoke is highly addictive and has been linked to 20 percent of all deaths in the United States. It contains many cancer-causing chemicals, and almost one third of all cancer deaths are related to tobacco use. Tobacco ...
    • Smoking and the Risk of Breast Cancer Bibliography 

      Warren, Barbour S. (Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, 2003-03)
      Bibliography on smoking and the risk of breast cancer. Includes reviews and commentaries, and references on human epidemiologic studies.
    • Understanding Breast Cancer Risk and Risk Factors Associated With Diet and Lifestyle Fact Sheet No. 49 

      Warren, Barbour S.; Devine, Carol (Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, 2004-08)
      Breast cancer risk is the chance of getting breast cancer. Differences in risk provide the foundation for the epidemiological study of breast cancer. Many aspects of women's diets and lifestyle have been studied for their ...
    • Vegetables and Fruits and the Risk of Breast Cancer Fact Sheet No. 18 

      Warren, Barbour S.; Devine, Carol (Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, 2005-06)
      Recent studies have challenged prior thinking about the relationship between vegetable and fruit consumption and breast cancer risk. The addition of the results of recent cohort studies to the body of evidence on this ...
    • Whole Grains, Fiber, And Breast Cancer Risk Fact Sheet No. 36 

      Warren, Barbour S.; Devine, Carol (Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, 2000-06)
      Eating whole grains may be linked to a small reduction in breast cancer risk. Total fiber in the diet appears to have little or no association with breast cancer risk, although the fiber component of fruit and vegetables ...
    • A Woman's Body Type and the Risk of Breast Cancer Fact Sheet No. 42 

      Warren, Barbour S.; Devine, Carol (Cornell University Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, 2001-08)
      A woman's body type can have an effect on her breast cancer risk. Being tall is associated with a small increase in breast cancer risk. Body weight, especially changes in body weight after early adulthood, are important ...