Cholesterol Linked to Spread of Breast Cancer


By Molly Clifton

Researchers at the Duke Cancer Institute say a byproduct of cholesterol fuels the growth and spread of breast cancer.

They say the molecule mimics the hormone estrogen and promotes cancer growth.

Scientists also found anti-cholesterol drugs including statins can slow the spread of cancerous cells.

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