How to Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer
Researchers analyzed data from thousands of women to find out which lifestyle habits were more likely to affect a woman's risk of breast cancer. They found that three specific habits prevented 29 percent of breast cancer: avoiding alcohol, avoiding obesity after menopause and estrogen - progestin replacement hormone therapy. The researchers said these three factors are the most easily controlled to help reduce the risk for high-risk breast cancer patients because other factors, such as genetics, menstruation and menopause, are beyond their control. In fact, for these high-risk women, controlling their bmi, not drinking, not smoking, and not using hormone therapy could reduce their risk of breast cancer to the level of the average woman.
Although the study had some drawbacks, such as the fact that it looked only at women in the United States, the lifestyle habits mentioned can benefit all women.
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