Cancer Research. Many basal-like tumors are also triple-negative.
In research conducted on mice, scientists at Michigan State University found that a diet high in saturated animal fat caused excess cell growth that altered the normal structure of the breast and altered immune cells.
And the effects of the high-fat diet were found even if the mice did not gain weight. That means that the "microbiology professor and co-author researcher Richard Schwartz. "This shows the culprit is the fat itself rather than weight gain."