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Birth Control Pills Might Raise A Woman’s Risk Of Breast Cancer, Study Says

CBS 2 Friday, 8 December 2017
Birth Control Pills Might Raise A Woman’s Risk Of Breast Cancer, Study SaysBut experts say even if there is a small increase in breast cancer risk, the pill actually protects against other cancers.
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News video: All Birth Control Pills Raise Breast Cancer Risk

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Researchers reported Wednesday that even newer lower-dose birth control pills raise a woman’s risk of breast cancer, although the actual danger is "quite small." Hormone-infused devices such as vaginal rings, implants and some IUDs also appear to raise the risk, although again not by much. It’s a...

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