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groundhoggpeggy wrote:Well, I don't have much time and have to look it over fast, but to me, it doesn't look that consistent or so strongly associated...
groundhoggpeggy wrote:but what I'm saying is some of these epidemiological reports don't amount to much useful information.
heavy drinkin' countries (some of them) have low breast cancer stats ...everybody has to make up their own minds about what constitutes safe vs. unsafe lifestyle choices, of course... but to me, some of these reports only add to all of the multitude of unanswered questions. I don't see much useful information coming from them at all.
groundhoggpeggy wrote:What I would like to see, though, is if someone charted out rates of breast cancer globally, compared with rates of drinking habits globally.
That would be interesting... especially if they didn't leave a lot of places out of the charts.
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