DO YOU KNOW? SMOKING ALSO BREAST CANCER TRINGGER

Increase one more reason to stay away from cigarettes. Recent research indicates sucking habits tobacco increases the risk of breast cancer , especially if the smoke started at a very young age.

For years , experts continue to debate whether smoking is directly related to risk of breast cancer or if this relationship because most smokers also drank alcohol . First drink of alcohol is known to trigger Breast cancer.

The results themselves give different results. In 2004 , surgeons research in the United States concluded that there was no causal link between smoking and breast cancer .

But in a recent study that analyzed more than 73,000 women , found a strong association between smoking and breast cancer .

" Relationship not only between alcohol and breast cancer , but the fact that smoking as well ," said Mia Gaudiest , director of genetic epidemiology at the American Cancer Society.

The initiation of smoking also affects the level of risk . "Women who started smoking before their first child at a higher risk," said Gaudiest.

The study was conducted by analyzing data from women in the studies of cancer in the long term . During the 14 years that followed the health of the woman .

The incidence of invasive breast cancer 24 percent higher in those who smoke , and 13 percent higher in women who have never smoked , compared to never-smokers.

While the woman who started smoking before the first menstrual risk by 61 percent compared to people who never smoked . While getting used to smoking about 11 years or more before delivery risk is about 45 percent.

Smoking also breast cancer trigge


Gaudet believes there is a link from a combination of smoking and alcohol and its effects on breast cancer consumption.

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