Breast-feeding longer may reduce breast cancer risk among nonsmokers

08/15/2013 | DailyRx.com

Nonsmoking women who breast-fed their babies for six months or longer were less likely to develop breast cancer later in life than nonsmokers who breast-fed for a shorter duration, a study in Spain found. Researchers reported in the Journal of Clinical Nursing that breast-feeding did not offer the same cancer protection among women who smoke.

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