Study: Abortions don't increase breast cancer risk

10/18/2006 | CNN

While pregnancies that end in a full-term birth have been shown to help prevent breast cancer, abortion does not increase the risk of cancer, according to a new study. Researchers looked at data on 267,361 women over about six and a half years and found no significant increase in breast cancer among women who had spontaneous or induced abortions.

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