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A well-balanced diet can lower your risk of developing breast cancer and even improve your outcome rates after a diagnosis, among numerous other benefits. But many Americans struggle to eat the recommended amounts of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains—and that’s during normal times.

Contributed by Walter Willett, MD, Dr.PH, Fredrick John Stare Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition, Chair of the Department of Nutrition and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and

Earlier this month, a new study about soy made waves in the breast cancer community. With support from BCRF, grantee Dr. Moshe Shike and his coauthors, including Scientific Director Dr.