As per recent reports, it has been claimed that the consumption of a small amount of alcohol every week tends to increase the odds of encountering breast cancer by in excess of 15%.
As per a recent research, a novel study, which has been made available in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has revealed that drinking three to six small glasses of wine per days can mushroom the possibilities of catching the disorder.
In this regard, while expressing her opinion regarding the risk on offer to those drinking wine in low quantity, Dr. Wendy Chen, one of the lead researchers, has recently admitted that the spike in the peril is "quite small". She further notified the media that the increase in risk is perhaps attributable to the harmful effects produced by it on the circulating oestrogen levels.
In addition, Sarah Williams, Cancer Research UK's Health Information Officer has claimed that, "This study adds to already strong evidence that drinking even small amounts of alcohol increases the risk of breast cancer".
Moreover, she has called for individuals to attain an overall "healthy lifestyle" in order to chop down their possibilities of catching the extremely perilous disease.
This is a notion backed by the World Cancer Research Fund's Prof. Martin Wiseman, who recently recommended the nation to maintain a health, hygienic and well-balanced diet along with refraining from consumption of too much alcohol. To boot, he highly recommended physically agility or a general active lifestyle so as to achieve a sound and sober health which can then enhance their longevity.
As per reports, scientists have recently unveiled an essential and fresh measure for knocking down even the slightest of the possibilities of developing cancer cells, and for leaving healthy cells unbothered.
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