Publication type: Article
Author(s): MS Farvid, E Cho, W Chen, AH Eliassen, WC Willett
Publication: BMJ
Year published: 2014
Why this Article: Women who consume an average of 1.5 servings of red meat per day over 15 years have 1.2 times the risk of breast cancer incidence compared with women who consume almost no red meat, and the increase in risk is only apparent after adjusting for many factors, according to the Nurses Health Study. Concerns about comparability and consequentialism?