Cancer Study Links
Did you know about these Cancer studies?
Did you know of these studies?
Cancer Study Links Alcohol To Breast Cancer
A US study put another nail in the coffin of the after-dinner tipple. The research, from the
National Cancer Institute, provided more evidence for a link doctors have long suspected: that
drinking increases the risk of breast cancer
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Cancer Study Links Aspartame To Cancer
A study of rats links low doses of aspartame -- the sweetener in NutraSweet, Equal, and
thousands of consumer products -- to leukemia and lymphoma. But food industry officials point
out that many other studies have found no link between aspartame and cancer.
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Cancer Study Links Birth Size To Breast Cancer
A new study found that big babies may have a greater risk of developing breast cancer before
A study in this week's British Medical Journal found a link between birth size and risk of
premenopausal breast cancer. More than 5,000 women born in Sweden from 1915 to 1929
were included in the study, of which 63 had breast cancer before the age of 50.
Read more … Study Links Birth Size To Breast Cancer
Cancer Study links processed meat to cancer
LYON, France (AP) — Eating lots of preserved meats such as salami, bacon, cured ham and
hot dogs could increase the risk of bowel cancer by 50%, early results of a major new study
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Cancer Study links pain relievers and breast cancer
A new study of California teachers fuels the debate about whether aspirin, ibuprofen or other,
related pain relievers affect breast-cancer risk.
Although research has consistently linked use of aspirin and other anti-inflammatory pain
relievers with a lower risk of colon cancer, findings about the drugs' effect on breast-cancer risk
have been mixed. Some suggest that the pain relievers protect against breast cancer, while
others have found no link.
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Cancer Study links antibiotics, breast cancer
Researchers found that women who took antibiotics for more than 500 days or who had more
than 25 prescriptions in the course of a 17-year period more than doubled their risk of breast
cancer compared with women who had not taken any antibiotics.
Read more … Study links antibiotics, breast cancer
Deodorants plus shaving linked to breast cancer
Frequent underarm shaving combined with deodorant use might increase women's chances of
getting breast cancer, claims a study based on a survey of over 400 women with breast cancer
in the US. It is the first evidence of such a link to appear in a peer-reviewed journal, but it is far
Read more … Deodorants plus shaving linked to breast cancer