Surgery to “Prevent” Cancer Has Opposite Affect, Research Finds

“Cancer Genes” BRCA 1 & 2 — Is Prophylactic Breast Removal or Ovary Removal the Right Choice?

Over 300,000 women undergo a surgery that the National Institute of Health research now shows leads to higher rates of cancer and earlier death. Why have some doctors and even the media continued to promote this surgery as “risk-reducing” and protective against cancer?

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