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Breast cancer symptoms to look out for

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There are multiple breast cancer symptoms that women can look out for -- and speak to their doctors about if they’re spotted.

Hormonal contraceptives raise risk of breast cancer, according to new research

Daily Express

WOMEN who use hormonal contraceptives have a 20 per cent higher risk of breast cancer than those who do not use them, according to new research.

Birth control pills still raise breast cancer risk

NBC News / News

Taking hormone based contraception such as the birth control pill raises a woman's risk of breast cancer by 20 percent, a new Danish study shows.

Birth control pills raise breast cancer risk, research shows. Here are your questions answered

USA TODAY / News

No hormone contraceptive is risk-free, the study's author says.

You Don’t Need to Change Your Birth Control Method Due to the New Study on Cancer Risk

Slate Magazine

If you have concerns about your birth control, the best thing to do is to bring them to your doctor. iStock For the past several decades, women have been told that modern versions of hormonal birth control contain significantly lower doses…

Birth control pills linked to small increase in risk of breast cancer, study shows

Fox News / Health

Modern birth control pills that are lower in estrogen have fewer side effects than past oral contraceptives. But a large Danish study suggests that, like older pills, they still modestly raise the risk of breast cancer, especially with…

Birth control pills slightly raise risk of breast cancer, study suggests

CBS News / Health

About 140 million women use some type of hormonal contraception, including about 16 million in the United States

Birth control still linked to increased risk of breast cancer

KSL.com

Birth control can increase a woman's risk of breast cancer by up to 38%, depending on how long she has taken it, a new study finds.

Widespread breast cancer screening may not be saving lives, study finds

Triblive.com / News

Breast cancer deaths have declined markedly in the Netherlands since a nationwide screening program began in 1989, but mammograms deserve little — if any — ...

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Breast cancer symptoms to look out for

There are multiple breast cancer symptoms that women can look out for -- and speak to their doctors about if they’re spotted.

Dec 7

Birth control pills still raise breast cancer risk

Taking hormone based contraception such as the birth control pill raises a woman's risk of breast cancer by 20 percent, a new Danish study shows.