International Journal of Cancer found that breast cancer survivors who consumed more than one-half ounce of nuts a week had 94% five-year survival and disease-free survival rates, while those who didn't consume nuts regularly only had an 89% five-year survival rate and an 86% disease-free survival rate. The findings also revealed that 94% of the participants who ate nuts regularly did not report return of their breast cancer within half a decade of recovery."/> International Journal of Cancer found that breast cancer survivors who consumed more than one-half ounce of nuts a week had 94% five-year survival and disease-free survival rates, while those who didn't consume nuts regularly only had an 89% five-year survival rate and an 86% disease-free survival rate. The findings also revealed that 94% of the participants who ate nuts regularly did not report return of their breast cancer within half a decade of recovery."/> Study: Eating nuts improves survival rate in breast cancer

Study: Eating nuts improves survival rate in breast cancer

2021-10-27

A study in the International Journal of Cancer found that breast cancer survivors who consumed more than one-half ounce of nuts a week had 94% five-year survival and disease-free survival rates, while those who didn't consume nuts regularly only had an 89% five-year survival rate and an 86% disease-free survival rate. The findings also revealed that 94% of the participants who ate nuts regularly did not report return of their breast cancer within half a decade of recovery.

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