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Mediterranean diet could help prevent breast cancer

A new study suggests a Mediterranean diet rich in extra-virgin olive oil and plant-based foods can cut women's breast cancer risk by almost 70-percent. Spanish researchers tracked women between sixty and eighty years old. Those eating mostly plants, fish, and olive oil appeared to *significantly* reduce the likelihood of breast cancer. Dr. Kevin Campbell discusses.
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