Saturday, January 26, 2008

Pills Halved the Risk of Ovarian Cancer for more than 30 Years

One of the most effective means of preventing pregnancy is the birth control pills. British researchers from Oxford University found that pills taken for 15 years, lowered the risk of developing ovarian cancer by half, and that the risk remained low more than 30 years later. Read the details:

With the Pill, Years of Cancer Protection - New York Times

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