The Pill linked to fall in ovarian cancer deaths

Long-term protection against ovarian cancer conferred by oral contraceptives is being credited for a 12% drop in deaths from the disease in Australian women over a decade.

An international review of ovarian cancer deaths has found that rates fell by 10-15% in most western countries between 2002 and 2012, with mortality rates are predicted to continue to decline.

The study noted there were

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