Table 6: Findings from the case-control study (2011) of Midwest, Brazil, compared to World Cancer Research Fund and American Institute for Cancer Research evidences (2007) [2].

New dataReinforce the literatureNot confirmed

Low per capita income (risk factor)Physical activity (protective factor)Breastfeeding
Residence in rural area (risk factor)Family history of breast cancer in first degree (risk factor)Gynecological variables (bearing children, age at first pregnancy, age at menarche, age at menopause)
Anthropometric variables (adult weight gain, nutritional status, waist circumference, height)
Alcohol beverage consumption
Smoking habit