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Karisma, Kareena to attend Rahman’s live performance?

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Actresses Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan are likely to attend the concert of their cousin Armaan Jain’s debut film ‘Lekar Hum Deewana Dil’

AR RahmanMumbai: Actresses Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan are likely to attend the concert of their cousin Armaan Jain’s debut film ‘Lekar Hum Deewana Dil’.

Music maestro A R Rahman, who has composed music for the film, will perform live at a five-star hotel in suburban Mumbai tomorrow evening.

The Kapoor sisters have taken time out of their busy schedules to be a part of this gala event and are excited about the first performance of Armaan, the younger grandson of Bollywood ‘showman’ late Raj Kapoor, a press release issued here said.

Rahman, who is currently in Los Angeles for an international project, will be flying down to Mumbai for the event.

Produced by Kareena’s husband and actor Saif Ali Khan and directed by Imtiaz Ali’s brother Arif, ‘Lekar Hum Deewana Dil’ stars Armaan and Deekhsha Seth and is scheduled to release on July 4.

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In the E3N Study, including mostly teachers, Kvaskoff and colleagues asked study participants to report whether they had no, a few, many, or very many moles.

They observed that women with “very many” nevi had a 13 per cent higher breast cancer risk than women reporting no nevi, although the association was no longer significant after adjusting for known breast cancer risk factors, especially benign breast disease or family history of breast cancer, which were themselves associated with nevi number.

These studies do not suggest that nevi cause breast cancer, but raise the possibility that nevi are affected by levels of sex hormones, which may be involved in the development of breast cancer, researchers said.

The findings do suggest that the number of nevi could be used as a marker of breast cancer risk, but it is unclear whether or how this information would improve risk estimation based on established risk factors, researchers said.

The research was published in the journal PLOS Medicine.

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