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Low-fat diet can reduce risk of breast cancer, new study finds

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A big, new study found that women eating a low-fat diet now could had a significantly lower risk of dying from breast cancer later in life. NBC medical correspondent Dr. John Torres joins TODAY to share more about the findings and ways to tweak your diet.