Breast cancer and oral contraceptives: findings in Royal College of General Practitioners' study.

  • Published 1981 in British medical journal

Abstract

The incidence of breast cancer was studied among women taking part in the continuing cohort study organised by the Royal College of General Practitioners. An overall relative risk of 1.19 (not significant) was found in those who had used oral contraceptives. The risk ratio in women under 35 years old was 2.81, but this too was not significant. There was… (More)

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@article{1981BreastCA, title={Breast cancer and oral contraceptives: findings in Royal College of General Practitioners' study.}, author={}, journal={British medical journal}, year={1981}, volume={282 6282}, pages={2089-93} }