Is the reason of brest cancar
is virginity at 30 age one of the reason of brest cancer
Virginity is not a cause for breast cancer. But nulliparity or not having children is a reason as breast being exposed to estrogen for long uninterrupted cyclically can cause breast cancer.
Breastfeeding also has a protective action against breast cancer.
But prolong use of hormonal contraception again increase the risk of breast cancer.
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