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The presence of hormones in milk and dairy foods was discussed decades ago but more concerns were with respect to finding hormones as biomarkers in milk for diseases and pregnancy diagnosis. Considerable amount of studies demonstrated that milk is essential for infants growing and immunity, while increasing body of evidence are indicating possible negative impact on human health including the role of some estrogens in the initiation and provoking of breast cancer. In this brief narrative, wedoi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20175076 fatcat:dibkbcca7fb5tkdswwz47dsvqe