Radiation for childhood cancer raises breast tumor risk

07/21/2009 | Reuters

Girls who had radiation treatments for childhood cancer have a long-term increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study. The study noted the risk of a tumor increased with the amount of radiation a woman had received as a child. When treatment included a high dose of radiation to the ovaries, however, women seemed to be protected against future breast cancer risk.

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