When do women become more susceptible to cancer?
01:00 p Thursday 08 November 2018
New York – Women diagnosed early in the morning are less likely to develop breast cancer than others, according to a new study of over 400,000 women.
Scientists at Bristol University found that women who slept very much (over 8 hours) had a 20% higher risk of cancer per hour of extra sleep, according to Russia Today.
Scientists explained that sleep late at night affects the woman's body clock and increases the risk. This reflects the results of previous studies, which found that working on night shifts and exposure to more industrial light at night, increases the incidence of cancer.
The research team, which presented the results at the National Congress of the Cancer Research Institute in Glasgow, analyzed and studied female genes.
"We would like to do more work to investigate the mechanisms that support the results," said Dr. Rebecca Richmond, MD, "The resulting assessments are based on morning and evening questions and may be more complicated than the changing habits of breast cancer in women."
"Changing sleep habits is not as easy as other proven risk-reduction options because they are often an integral part of jobs, parents, or other health conditions," said Dr. Emma Penry of the Breast Cancer Society.
The study concluded that women who were early diagnosed were 48% less likely to develop breast cancer.
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