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women worldwide and has a high incidence in western countries. Epidemiological studies have shown that certain Western lifestyles, such as dietary fat intake, obesity, and alcohol consumption, may increase the risk of breast cancer. Analysis of serum lipoprotein levels in patients with cancer suggests that HDL levels are mainly affected by tumor progression [ 15 ]. The physiological receptor SR-BI of HDL is associated with the development of breast cancer. However, the clinical significance of this receptor in breast cancer remains unclear. HDL, as a growth factor in