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Epidemiological risk factors associated with inflammatory breast cancer subtypes



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2 What are the comparative benefits and harms for maternal health outcomes among women who breastfeed for different intensities and durations?
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Title Epidemiological risk factors associated with inflammatory breast cancer subtypes
Author R. L. Atkinson, R. El-Zein, V. Valero, A. Lucci, T. B. Bevers, T. Fouad, W. Liao, N. T. Ueno, W. A. Woodward and A. M. Brewster
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Year 2016
Numbers Pubmed ID: 26797453

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