THE EFFECT OF DIETARY INTAKE ON COLON CANCER AND WOMEN’S BREAST CANCER MORTALITY RATE
Dawood, Emman F
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Diet has been known to play a key role as a risk factor for chronic diseases. Female breast, and colorectal cancers are the top three cancer types in terms of incidence and are ranked within the top five in terms of mortality. The goal of this analysis is to identify the dietary types that effect colon cancer and breast cancer in women mortality rates for the developed countries. Results: Positive association between animal fat intake and colon cancer mortality. The socioeconomic factor that include infant mortality rate, crude birth rate, fertility rate was negatively associated with colon cancer mortality rate. Animal fat and starchy roots were positively associated with breast cancer mortality rate.