New Research: Cheese May Increase Risk In Cancer

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A new study links eating certain types of cheeses to an increased risk of a deadly disease, cancer.

Research at New York's Roswell Park Cancer Institute reveals eating too much cheese specifically cheddar and cream cheese, can raise a woman's risk of getting breast cancer by more than 50%.

The data measured the dairy intake of more than 3,000 women over an 11 year period. It found most dairy products contain a growth hormone that encourages malignant cell growth.

Yogurt on the other hand reduces the risk by 30%.
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