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A surge in ovarian cancer risk is associated with habitual consumption of 2-3 servings of milk per day.
A surge in the risk of ovarian cancer is associated with women who are smokers.
Increased consumption of diets high in beta-carotenes may significantly cut down epithelial ovarian cancer risk.
Women who are regular consumers of eggs are highly vulnerable to ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer is less likely to occur in women who regularly consume diets rich in flavonoids.
High intake of milk and milk products may increase ovarian cancer risk.
Adequate intake of cruciferous vegetables may help guard against the development and proliferation of cancerous cells in the ovary.
Women who frequently consume saturated fats and cholesterol-rich foods may have a high tendency of developing ovarian cancer.
Generous intake of eggs may increase breast, prostate, and ovarian cancer risk.
Women who regularly consume large servings of eggs are highly vulnerable to ovarian cancer.
High consumption of cruciferous vegetables may cut down ovarian cancer risk.