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You may have heard about a new study into contraception and cancer. New information about cancer risks can be hard to apply to everyday life, so let’s break this research down and see what it means.
Lifelong excess weight almost doubles a woman’s risk of developing womb cancer, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published in BMC Medicine.
Researchers have uncovered a new link between higher levels of testosterone in the blood and increased risk of melanoma skin cancer in men.
Men with unusually low amounts of testosterone in their blood are around 20% less likely to develop prostate cancer.
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Women with naturally higher levels of the sex hormone oestrogen are more than 50 per cent less likely to develop bowel cancer after their menopause.
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