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Assuming that milk increases the levels of IGF-1 in humans, does this result in a higher incidence of cancer? Well, there does not seem to be much evidence about it: BLADDER : There seems to be a relationship between dairy products and bladder cancer. PROSTATE : In a meta-analysis of 2008 observational studies, including 45 studies and more than 26,000 cases, it found no relationship. However, a meta - analysis of 32 cohort studies in 2015 found a relationship between excess milk and prostate cancer. This may be due to excessive stimulation of the mTORC1 signaling present in cow's milk. GENERAL : There seems to be an inverse relationship. COLORRECTAL : Inverse relationship. The higher the consumption of dairy products, the lower the incidence of cancer. The same in 2012 MAMA : Dairy consumption, but not milk, was inversely related to breast cancer.