Birth control pills linked to higher risk of breast cancer: Danish study
Birth control pills slightly increase the risk of breast cancer, according to a new study that followed almost 1.8 million women in Denmark using hormonal contraception over an 11-year period. Women who use hormonal contraceptives have an average 20 percent risk of developing breast cancer, and that risk increased with longer use of birth control, according…
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