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Drinking increases risk of breast cancer for women!

British scholar studies found that a daily intake of 8 grams of alcohol will increase the probability of breast cancer in females by about 6%. After 53 cases of breast cancer were analyzed, they observed that 4% of all breast cancer was caused by alcohol in developed countries.

According to the researchers, the more you drink, the higher the risk. British scholars found that around four million people are diagnosed with breast cancer. Around two thousand of the four million could have been prevented by drinking less alcohol.

So far, it is unclear to researchers how alcohol induces or aggravates breast cancer. They suspect that alcohol can change the hormones in women.

Although there is a theory that states an appropriate amount of alcohol can prevent heart, stroke, and other diseases, there are no warnings about how a large amount of alcohol may cause breast cancer. Women should be brought to attention that consuming large amounts of alcohol may be detrimental to their breasts.

By |2016-09-06T16:58:30+00:00September 9th, 2015|Breast Cancer, Health Shield|0 Comments

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