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Cardenas Sanchez J.,Centro Estatal Of Cancerologia | Sandoval Guerrero F.,Hospital General de Mexico | Alatriste Martinez S.,Hospital Miguel Hidalgo | Alvarado Cabrero I.,Hospital de Oncologia | And 46 more authors.
Ginecologia y Obstetricia de Mexico | Year: 2010

In women, breast cancer causes over one million new cases each year, of which about half occur in industrialized countries, however, is in developing countries like ours, where most deaths due to this cause. Currently, the breast cancer is the leading cause of death from malignancy in women over 25 years. The conclusions of the Third Review of the National Consensus on Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer are a guide for oncologists, mastologists and the medical community in general. This review involved more than 50 physicians with national recognition of all institutions and specialties related to this disease, in order to contribute their knowledge. Source


Barrita J.L.S.,Instituto Nacional Of Ciencias Medicas Y Nutricion Salvador Zubiran | Flores G.L.,Hospital de Gineco obstetricia Num. 4 | Romo F.P.G.,Instituto Nacional Of Ciencias Medicas Y Nutricion Salvador Zubiran | Benavides S.M.,Instituto Nacional Of Ciencias Medicas Y Nutricion Salvador Zubiran | And 8 more authors.
Revista Mexicana de Pediatria | Year: 2012

The objective of this study was to estimate the concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids n-3 and n-6 in clinically healthy women during the initial stage of lactation on the fifth day and the day 30 were obtained samples of colostrum and breast milk: following the criteria in the hospital. The results showed a decrease in the acids and tricosanoic lignoseric, linoleic acid increased to 30 days of lactation; in contrast, the arachidonic acids and dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid declined. The alpha-linolenic acid in increase and the DHA decreased. There was an increase in the concentration of trans fatty acids, particularly the elaidic acid; with respect to the recommendations the contribution the daily intake of n-6 in the colostrum was only 50% and it came to more than 100% in the mature milk, in regard to the n-3 was less than 5% in the colostrum and less than 50% in mature milk thus it was noted a low consumption of foods rich in n-3 fatty acids and an increase in the consumption of n-6 fatty acids and trans during the first month of breastfeeding. Source

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