Some advice for the woman whose sister-in-law was advised to go on the Pill as a protective measure against cancer after her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. One advises reading John R. Lee’s book ‘What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Pre-Menopause’, while another suggests reading ‘Hormone Heresy’ by Sherill Sellman. She’s better advised to lead a healthy lifestyle, says one reader who went on the Pill and ever after suffered from ovarian cysts and hormonal imbalance. One reader points out that 90 per cent of women who get ovarian cancer have no family history of the disease.

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