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This article should answer your question....http://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/news/20110301/smoking-may-increase-breast-cancer-risk
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Hi This link is from the NHS on the side effects of your drug. High cholesterol is one of them, and if you go down further your also find vaginal...
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Having had a clean mammogram will not guarantee that breast cancer does not presently exist, or won't appear in just a few months down the...
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Studies showing soy may increase cancer risk have been found mainly in animal studies.  The research on  people does not tell the same...
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I think so, because all rare edible vegetables has a mystical health benefits. 
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A tumor is a growth. Therefore, a Lipoma is a tumor. It is a growth composed of fat cells. The vast majority of Lipoma tumors turn out to be benign...
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Men can also get breast cancer.
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Hi Try having a nice sea salt bath and let the water get inside your vagina, it takes just couple of handfuls of sea salt each bath, and do it for a...
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Hi Try some vitamin B 6 and 12 along with some E you can both take E oil and insert a soft gel into you vagina, or if you want you could try some...
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These are two, very different types of cancer.....one does not "lead" to the other.
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Can she take a decongestant, such as Sudefed, or Sudefed PE?  That would help with the congestion, greatly.  I am also a type 2 diabetic...
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Perhaps, higher, but I could not provide you with a number or percentage since I do not know the type of breast cancer that your mother has to know...
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I think you should SEE your doctor if you have a sore throat. A direct examination and perhaps, a diagnostic test for Strep is really the best way to...
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No...antiperspirants have not been linked to breast cancer. Otherwise, you would not see anyone using them.
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