Oxford study confirms link between birth control and breast cancer
Researchers analysed data from nearly 10,000 women under the age of 50. The records of more than 18,000 closely matched women without breast cancer were also studied. All forms of hormonal contraception were found to increase the risk of breast cancer between 23 and 32 per cent.
Published 2 months ago · Oxford, United Kingdom
What is the association between birth control pills and breast cancer: Results of new study published
The authors of the new study stressed that the increased risk of breast cancer should be weighed against the benefits of hormonal contraceptives, including the protection they provide against other forms of cancer in women.
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