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Question Risk factor for breast cancer

Which of the following is not a risk factor for breast cancer?
A) Inherited mutations in p53, BRCA-1, or BRCA-2 tumor suppressors
B) History of breast cancer in one breast
C) Early menopause
D) Obesity
E) First pregnancy after age 30
F) High fat diet
G) Multiparity
H) Older age
I) Proliferative fibrocystic disease with typical epithelial hyperplasia

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G) Multiparity i think it s the opposite
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Correct Answer Answer is both C and G.

Answer is both C and G.

Nulliparity and Late Menopause is risk factors for breast cancers.
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