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Soy and Breast Cancer

A study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute which was done at Memorial Sloan-Kettering showed that soy (in this case, soy protein) consumption had a negative impact on genetic expression of breast cancer genes (Soy Supplementation Adversely Effects Expression of Breast Cancer Related Genes, Science Daily, September 4, 2014).  An interesting side note is that milk protein had no effect on the genetic expression.  If you are concerned about breast cancer, you may need to consider avoiding soy in your diet, and that can include soy protein, soy milk, and vege burgers, as a few examples.
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