American Institute for Cancer Research

Project Title: Cooked Meat, DNA Repair Genes and Breast Cancer Risk, Recurrence and Survival
Research Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
State, Country: North Carolina, United States
Researchers: Susan Steck Scott, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D.
Year: 2003
Project Description: Dr. Steck Scott’s studies are examining whether human subjects with both high intake of well-done meat containing carcinogens and less active forms of DNA repair genes are at increased risk for breast cancer.
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