When women are becoming more and more susceptible to cancer?
01:00 p Thursday, 8 November 2018
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Women who are diagnosed early in the morning, according to a new study in which more than 400,000 women participated, have less developed breast cancer than others.
Scientists at the University of Bristol found that women who had been sleeping for too long (more than 8 hours) had a 20% higher risk of having an extra bed in an hour, said in today's Russia.
Scientists have explained that sleeping late at night affects women's body clock and increases risk. This reflects the results of previous studies, which found that night shift work and exposure to increased industrial night-time illumination increases the incidence of cancer.
A study group that presented results at the National Congress of Glasgow Cancer Research Institute analyzed and studied women's genes.
"We would like to do more work to test the mechanisms that support the results," said Dr. Rebecca Richmond, MD. "The estimates are based on morning and evening questions and may be more complicated than women's breast cancer variables."
"Sleep patterns are not as easy as other proven risk reduction options, as they are often an integral part of work, parenting, or other health conditions," said Dr. Breast Cancer Society. Emma Penry
The study concluded that early-onset women had an 48% lower chance of developing breast cancer.
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