Breast milk cells may someday predict cancer
from USA Today
Examining cells from a woman's breast milk may help evaluate future breast health, new research suggests. "It looks as if we can use the cells from breast milk to assess breast cancer risk," said Dr. Kathleen Arcaro, an associate professor of veterinary and animal sciences at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. For the study, she collected breast milk from 271 women in the United States.
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