The Wall Street Journal
A woman's breast milk holds the potential to assess her risk of developing breast cancer, according to preliminary research presented Monday.
In her research, Kathleen Arcaro, an associate professor of
environmental toxicology at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst,
collected milk samples from both breasts of about 250 nursing women who
had a previous breast biopsy or were scheduled to have a lump biopsied.
In most cases the lumps were found to be benign, although cancer was
found in 13 women... Read More