The Birth Control Pill and Breast Cancer Risk

Lutera_PillsThe birth control pill (BCP) or oral contraceptives, when used before age 20, significantly increase risk of early-onset breast cancer (diagnosed before age 36). If the BCP is used consistently for 10-20 years before the age of 45, it can cause a 42% increased risk of breast cancer in a user.

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