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Out of the numerous 2013 mass media stories on this, Reuters managed to correctly report that this was an unpublished study! Rouillon told Reuters that his unpublished work is still in the early stages and he is hesitant about giving one-size-fits-all advice to women, despite the media circus. Also, Rouillon JD doesn't return any hits in pubmed after ...


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Fortunately, the study in question, Coffee intake and CYP1A2*1F genotype predict breast volume in young women: implications for breast cancer, is available online. The basic answer is that the study provides no indication of an influence of coffee consumption on breast size. The best summary I found in the paper reads: Our main finding was a significant ...


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Some abortions definitely increase the risk of breast cancer; whether all abortions do so is disputed. There's no real dispute about the link between the mother's age when she has her first full-term pregnancy (FFTP) and her likelihood of being diagnosed with breast cancer later in life. The older a woman was when she had her FFTP, the greater her risk of ...


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The search query "breast & fenugreek" return a single paper on PubMed. It is published in Obstetrics & Gynecology and produced by the Department of Health Care Sciences, George Washington University School of Medicine. Its conclusions are as follows: "Bust enhancing" herbal products are widely advertised. No clinical trials have been published. ...


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