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Japan has a Lower Rate of Breast Cancer than the U.S. – This Nutrient Makes the Difference

The incidence of breast cancer in North America has been decreasing since 2000 but it is still the second-most common cancer in women next to lung cancer. Approximately one in eight American women will develop breast cancer during their lifetimes. While the U.S. and Canada represent only five percent of the world’s population, new breast cancer cases in these countries account for fifteen percent globally on an annual basis.

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