Squeezing Breasts May Reduce Cancer Growth
In what sounds like good news for men more than women, scientists from the University of California and the Lawrence Berkeley National Institute found out that external mechanical force on breast cells reduces the risk of breast cancer growth. The practice is especially useful for those women who don't take yearly mammograms. Squeezing, pressing, or a massage on breasts reduces the speed at which the cancerous cells spread to the breast tissue. Hey, note that this doesn't shield a woman against breast cancer, but reduces the tumor growth rate.
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