Posts Tagged ‘ breast cancer ’

Antidepressant Link to Breast and Ovarian Cancer Scrutinized

Apr 7th, 2011 | By

The possible link between antidepressants and breast and ovarian cancer needs to be looked at more objectively, according to a study published in this week’s issue of PLoS One. The study surveyed results of 61 previous studies, and found that the risk of cancer increased 11 percent on average for patients taking antidepressants. The survey
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Increased Risk for Breast Cancer for Those Using Hormone Replacement Therapy Early

Jan 28th, 2011 | By
Increased Risk for Breast Cancer for Those Using Hormone Replacement Therapy Early

The Journal Of The National Cancer Institute has published findings in their examination of two in-depth studies of hormone replacement therapy or HRT: the Women’s Health Initiative (United States) and the Million Women Study (United Kingdom). According to the research, the incidence of breast cancer for women in the group who did not take HRT
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Breast Cancer and the Birth Control Pill

Dec 28th, 2010 | By

The Birth Control Pill & The Breast Cancer Connection There is only one drug in the world so well known that it’s called “the Pill.” For more than forty years, more people have taken “the Pill” than any other prescribed medicine in the world. Sex, pregnancy, and contraception have been hot topics for millennia. It
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