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Stress Increases Breast Cancer Risk

Nearly everyone recognizes that unresolved stress can cause health problems. It is my belief that it is the primary reason why most people develop chronic illness. Now a 24-year study of women in Sweden has shown that those who reported high levels of stress at the start--including tension, fear, anxiety and sleeplessness--were twice as likely to develop breast cancer as those with low levels of stress. Prostate cancer is the male equivalent of breast cancer and five years ago I posted an article showing that stress and prostate cancer are related.

Independent September 25, 2003

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