Breast Cancer Birth Control May Increase Risk by Up to 38 Percent

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Breast Cancer Birth Control May Increase Risk by Up to 38 Percent
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Stunning news from a 10-year study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that taking birth control pills may increase your risk of developing breast cancer by as much as 38 percent. In real numbers, one additional breast cancer case appeared in every 7,690 women who used hormone contraceptives, Newsweek said. The study focused on 1.8 million Danish women; one U.S. epidemiologist said that, compared to other cancers, the relative risk from birth control pills was "much, much smaller."

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