Hormonal Birth Control Leads to Higher Risk of Breast Cancer

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Hormonal Birth Control Leads to Higher Risk of Breast Cancer
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Because the research tracked the long-term effects of multiple types of contraceptives, as well, the study was able to determine whether modern options (like IUDs and the patch) are "safer" than the pill. The answer: it didn't matter which hormonal method was used. Lina Morch, a research epidemiologist at the University of Copenhagen, who led the study, says the team found "a roughly 20 percent increased risk [of breast cancer] among women who currently use some type of hormonal contraceptive." The longer the women used hormonal methods, the higher their risk.

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