Reduce your risk of getting breast cancer by eating fish

CLEVELAND - There is new evidence that eating fish may lower a woman's risk of getting breast cancer.

A study in the British Medical Journal finds women who eat oily fish once or twice a week my lower their risk for breast cancer.

Scientists say fish contain omega-3 fatty acids and those acids are what are so good for you.

Fish like salmon, tuna and sardines contain the best concentrations of omega-3's.

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers and leading cause of cancer death among women in the world.

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