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Mate Intake and Risk of Breast Cancer in Uruguay: a Case-Control Study
Ronco, Alvaro L; De Stefani, Eduardo; Mendoza, Beatriz; Deneo-Pellegrini, Hugo; Vazquez, Alvaro; Abbona, Estela;
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 Abstract
Regarding `mate` intake (infusion of Ilex paraguariensis herb, a staple beverage in temperate South American regions), most epidemiologic studies showed positive associations with risk of some cancers, (e.g. upper aerodigestive tract), but evidence on breast cancer (BC) risk is limited to a previous multi-site study, which reported a non significant odds ratio [OR]
 Keywords
Breast cancer;Ilex paraguariensis;mate;tea;coffee;infusions;
 Language
English
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