Birth control pills linked to decrease in colon cancer risk

02/21/2008 | Reuters

A study of more than 90,000 women found those who had used birth control pills had a 17% lower risk of developing colon cancer in the next 16 years. However, researchers caution that there is no "dose-response" correlation and that it is too soon to conclude that birth control pills offer cancer protection.

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