1. Immigrant Data and the Cohort wise Rise in Incidence Data point to the Time of Birth as an Important one for Catching Breast Cancer
2. The Change in Infant Feeding and the Rise in Mammary Cancer Incidence
2.a. More on Change in Infant Food
2.b. Henri Nestlé
3. Risk Factors and their Explanation by Bottle Feeding with Cow's Milk based Products
3.a Weight and Height
3.b Age at Menarche
3.c Wealth and Parental family
3.d Delayed Time of First Full Pregnancy
3.f i High Birthweight
3.fii Low Birthweight
4. The Geography of Breast Cancer in Comparison to the Availability of Diary Products
5. The Change in Risk Factors for Breast Cancer, if one looks at Breast Cancer Patients only
6. Breast Cancer in Animals
7. Breast Cancer before the introduction of Cow's Milk based Formulas as Infant Food
8. Risks for Breast Cancer may Change
9. Inheritable Breast Cancer (under construction)
10. Breast Cancer and Diabetes Type 1
11. Breast Cancer and Thyroid Disease
Breast Cancer and Early Contact with Bovine Milk
Last update Elisabeth Rieping 2006/11/08
It is shown that breast cancer is uncommon in peoples without diary products. These are Japanese and other East Asian ones,
African peoples in malaria areas and Eskimos. Immigrants show shifts in incidence only if born in the new country.
Obesity early menarche and tallness typical for patients are discussed in connection with over-feeding by the bottle which
seems to hinder the child learning to control its weight. Tallness and early menarche are not explicable by influences exerted
during adult life.
The former expensiveness of artificial feeding explains the tendency of the disease to occur in the wealthy born, well educated
women, who get their first child late.
Time of infection
Cohort analyses, too, show the importance of the time of birth. Rising incidence started with cohorts born after introduction of
bottle feeding in the nineteens century.
Mode of Transmission
Infant food is prone to transmit infections giving rise to later occuring tumors, since viral oncogenesis often affords injection
into new born animals. Heat treatment used to sterilise infant food does not destroy the DNA of RNA tumorviruses integrated
into the DNA of milk lymphocytes.
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