Fixing The Pill For Safety's Sake
The more than 10 million women who use oral contraceptives face a quandary. When taken for six years or more, the pill can lower the incidence of ovarian cancer by 50%. But the risk of breast and cervical cancer rises some. Researchers at the University of Southern California's School of Medicine are designing a contraceptive that may prevent these cancers.
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