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Birth control pills & breast cancer risk: big study generates big differences in quality of news coverage

Are the newer birth control pills of the past few decades safer  — at least regarding breast cancer risk —  than older oral contraceptives? It’s a question doctors have been eager to study for some time. And this week a Danish study published in the New England Journal of Medicine provides some important, albeit observational, […]
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