BCDDP

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BCDDP

Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project. A multicentre program that screened 44,241 women in the US who were receiving oestrogen-only hormone replacement therapy.
 
Results
329 women developed ovarian cancer during followup; adjusted for age, menopausal status, and oral contraceptive use, use of oestrogen-only hormones is associated with a 60% increased risk of ovarian cancer.
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Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project: five year summary report.
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The study included women with an average age of 57 years who had enrolled in the Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project starting in 1973.
Women taking part in the study had all previously enrolled in the Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project (BCDDP), a mammography screening programme conducted between 1973 and 1980.
Survival experience in the Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project. CA Cancer J Clin 1987;37:258-90.
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Women who ate the most fruits and vegetables had the same risk for colorectal cancer as women who consumed the least, according to findings from the Breast Cancer Detection Demonstration Project.
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