Cancer

PILLS RAISE RISK OF BREAST CANCER

WASHINGTON: A study by the Boston University School of medicine suggests that women under 45 who use oral contraceptives may be facing an increased risk of breast cancer, a finding that contradicts earlier studies.

The research, to be presented  at a hearing of the Food and Drug Administration, found the women used oral contraceptives had twice the risk of Breast Cancer compared to women who have never used pill.

 

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