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Women taking the Pill may have been alarmed by headlines today linking the oral contraceptive with breast cancer. But for women thinking of chucking their packet in the...
A US review of past research has confirmed that the oral contraceptive pill is associated with a slight increased risk of breast cancer among some women.
Women who are taking or have taken the contraceptive pill in their lifetimes are not at an increased risk of death, Scottish researchers say.
The contraceptive Pill gives women substantial and long-lasting protection against ovarian cancer, according to a new report by Cancer Research UK scientists in The Lancet...
Women taking the combined oral contraceptive pill are at an increased risk of cervical cancer but this risk starts falling soon after the pill is stopped - according to...
Taking the Pill for 10 years can reduce the risk of ovarian cancer by almost half (45 per cent), new research part-funded by Cancer Research UK shows today.
Cancer Research UK has welcomed the announcement of a new contraceptive pill which may cut the risk of breast cancer, but has played down its significance.