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Study: Delaying childbirth may reduce risk of aggressive form of breast cancer

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Younger women who wait at least 15 years after their first menstrual period to give birth to their first child may reduce their risk of an aggressive form of breast cancer by up to 60%, according to a study published by Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. Read more.

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