Risk factors for breast cancer: Why it all points to estrogen

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Risk factors for breast cancer: Why it all points to estrogen

A risk factor is something that statistically correlates with the incidence of a disease, but is not necessarily a true or direct cause of the disease. Known risk factors for breast cancer are fairly well laid out by researchers at this point, but within the narrow boundaries of what conventional medicine considers a risk factor, only 25 to 30 percent of the women who get the disease have acknowledged risk factors. This number has likely increased significantly in the past year or so, as more studies have proven that HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) and use of oral contraceptives at a young age increase breast cancer risk. if exposure to xexohormones [foreign hormones] and toxic chemicals was included as an official risk factor, the number would rise even higher. John R. Lee, MD; David Zava, PhD; Virginia Hopkins

“What Your Doctor May NOT Tell You About Breast Cancer: How Hormone Balance Can Help Save Your Life”, John R. Lee, MD; David Zava, PhD; Virginia Hopkins

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