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Prenatal exposure: How exposure to the mother's diet and other factors in the womb influences breast cancer risk, characteristics, and outcomes in adulthood.

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03/27/16
Prenatal and childhood exposure to second-hand smoke increases breast cancer risk in adulthood
09/07/14
Prenatal exposure to phthalates could reduce age at puberty
09/19/12
Exposure to estrogen or high fat diet in pregnancy increases breast cancer risk in rat offspring
02/07/12
Birth weight and childhood stature influence breast density and cancer risk
01/11/12
Would restricting calories during pregnancy reduce breast cancer risk of daughters?
09/21/11
Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A induces precancerous changes in mammary glands of offspring
06/18/11
Plasticizer bisphenol A promotes mammary cancer in mice
05/30/11
Excessive weight gain during pregnancy not linked to breast cancer in daughters
02/16/11
Folic acid supplements during pregnancy may increase risk of breast cancer in daughters
01/15/11
Pregnant women are exposed to multiple harmful chemicals
12/27/10
Some factors under parental control influence age of first period and risk of breast cancer
06/19/10
Left-handedness is a marker for increased breast cancer risk
05/24/10
Prenatal exposure to BPA and DES increases subsequent risk of breast cancer

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