Early breast cancer is less likely to develop in women

Those who are genetically lame have a lower chance of breast than those whose genes are programmed to be owls.

Early breast cancer is less likely to develop in womenBreastfeeding is less likely in women than early-stage women, a BBC study reported in a new British research report. The authors of the study, told the University of Bristol at a conference on cancer research in Glasgow today, do not know what the mechanism is , it affects sleep, mood, and the risk of heart attack. However, the biological larvae of some people "do not show the same time" .The "larvae" open their eyes to the first ray of the sun, reaching the peak of performance earlier in the day, and earlier in the evening. "Owls" find it harder to get up early in the morning, be more productive at the end of the day, and fall asleep. project database, as well as data from nearly 230,000 women from the Breast Cancer Association Consortium, a cancer research institute.It turned out that those who are genetically lame are less likely to be breastfed than those whose genes are owls They programmed.
Because the rotating genes are carried at birth and do not depend on other known causes of cancer, such as obesity, scientists and the study examined only a short, eight-year period. At this stage, one hundred and two "owls" and one "lice" have developed tumors. Age and family tendency are the main risk factors for breasts. According to the British Cancer Institute, a large quarter of the cases could be prevented.
However, an unambiguous sleep advice would be premature, as further research "needs to clarify the reasons for the higher risk of breasts in the owl type than in the lichen type," Richmond said.
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