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Breast Cancer: The Bra Would Have No Bad Consequences

The idea that the bra increase the risk of breast cancer would indeed put in the closet.
The idea that the bra increase the risk of breast cancer would indeed put in the closet.
 

Do not panic, wearing a bra would not have a significant influence on the risk of breast cancer, according to a new US study.

The idea that the bra increase the risk of breast cancer would indeed put in the closet.

A new study recently published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, shows the "innocence" of the bra in the risk of breast cancer.

To achieve these results, the research team from the Cancer Research Center in Seattle (USA) conducted extensive interviews on 1,513 postmenopausal women, aged 55-74 years.

They were divided into three groups: 454 women had ductal carcinoma (breast cancer that affects the cells lining the canals milk), 590 women were living with lobular carcinoma (affecting one lobe, the secretory gland of milk), while 469 remaining women did not suffer from any type of breast cancer.

The researchers then collected detailed information from participating on their habits regarding the wearing of bras and their risk factors for breast cancer (heredity, tobacco, alcohol etc).

In the end, the risk of breast cancer linked to the bra was similar in all women, regardless of the duration of daily wearing of bra, model, the presence or absence of reinforcement, or the age when one begins to wear.

This will reassure the most anxious of us, this time with a scientific study on the key.

Source:
Bra Wearing Not Associated with Breast Cancer Risk: A Population-Based Case–Control Study, Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, juillet 2014.

 
 
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