The study's first author Pauley Newcomb said that some studies have shown that red wine help prevent heart disease and prostate cancer, but now she's Leaders Group found that red wine does not help prevent breast cancer.
Newcomb said in a statement: "We found that, like red wine and white wine will increase the risk of female breast cancer, both in this respect there is no difference."
The researchers investigated a total of more than 6300 women with breast cancer and 7,500 healthy women over the drinking habits. They come to the conclusion that if women drink more than 14 cups a week, whether they are drinking red wine, white wine or beer, the chance of developing breast cancer than non-drinkers to increase 24%. The researchers therefore suggest that women must be moderate drinkers, not to exceed a glass every day.
This research has been published in the March issue of the United States, "Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention" magazine.
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