Researchers examined the mammograms of 252 women who later developed breast cancer and 252 women of the same age who did not develop the disease.
Result: Those who developed breast cancer had higher breast volume asymmetry (difference in volume between left and right breasts) than other women.
Theory: Estrogen, which has been linked to breast cancer, may also play a role in breast asymmetry.
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