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Working night shifts unlikely to increase breast cancer risk

(Cancer Research UK) New research has found that working night shifts has little or no effect on a woman's breast cancer risk despite a review in 2007 by the International Agency for Research on Cancer classifying shift work disrupting the 'body clock' as a probable cause of cancer.
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Working night shifts has little or no effect on a woman's breast cancer risk despite a review in 2007 by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifying shift work disrupting the 'body clock'  as a probable cause ...

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