Could newer hormonal contraceptives reduce ovarian cancer risk?

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A nationwide cohort study has found contemporary forms of hormonal contraception prevented an estimated 21% of ovarian cancers in young women About 100 million women around the world use hormonal contraception every day, but how does its use affect ovarian cancer risk? Researchers from Scotland and Denmark followed a cohort of nearly 1.9 million Danish

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