Contraception’s effects should be investigated

TeninoJuly 17, 2013 

The Mayo Clinic has published the facts on the relationship of long-term use of the contraceptive pill and the increased incident of breast, cervical, uterine and other forms of cancer as a risk increase of 44 percent. It also stated that most doctors are unaware of these findings. With all the public emphasis on prevention of breast cancer this may be well investigated.

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