Breast size differences 'reveal risk of cancer'
The Scotsman, March 20, 2006
Women whose breasts are not of equal size and shape are more likely to develop cancer, according to a new study. Researchers examined the breast X-rays, known as mammograms, of more than 500 women, half of whom went on to develop breast cancer and half who did not. They found that the women who suffered cancer had less-symmetrical breasts than those who were disease-free. The team, from the University of Liverpool, said breast symmetry may be an important indicator of a woman's risk of breast cancer. --Click the title of this post to read the full article from its source--