Weill Cornell Medicine's Women's Nutrition Connection (WNC)

Volume 19   •   Number 5  •  May 2016


Diet and Lifestyle Measures Can Help Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Although there is no specific “breast cancer prevention diet,” certain dietary and lifestyle patterns have been linked with a lower incidence of breast cancer. “Diets high in plant foods and low in red and processed meat will help you maintain an ideal body weight, which is protective against postmenopausal breast cancer,” …


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Editor-in-Chief
Orli R. Etingin, MD
Director, Iris Cantor Womenu2019s Health Center; Vice Chairman,
Department of Medicine;
Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College

Group Director
Diane Muhlfeld
Executive Editor
Dawn Bialy
Associate Editors
Kate Brophy
Jay Roland
Contributors
Marsha McCulloch, RD
Marilynn Larkin
Editorial Advisory Board
Editorial Support
Weill Cornell Public Affairs

Cardiology
Erica Jones, M.D.

Gastroenterology
Christine L.u2008Frissora, M.D.
Ellen Scherl, M.D.

Gynecology
Margaret Polaneczky, M.D.

Internal Medicine
Shari Midoneck, M.D.

Nutrition
Louis Aronne, M.D.
Tanya Freirich, R.D.

Oncology
Anne Moore, M.D.
Linda Vahdat, M.D.

Physiatry
Elisabeth Lachmann, M.D.

Physical Therapy
Polly deMille, R.N.

Rheumatology
Lisa Sammaritano, M.D.

Sports Medicine
Lisa Callahan, M.D.
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