WHAT DOCTORS READ:BREAST OP : A TIMELY EVENT

And speaking of breast cancer, if you have to have a mastectomy, make sure it’s at a specific time of the month.


Women who had the operation between the third and 12th day of their menstrual cycle were 30 per cent less likely to survive ten years than those who’d had the operation at another time.


The women with the poorer prognosis had been operated on at a time of “unopposed oestrogen stimulation” that is, when their bodies produced oestrogen without the inhibiting factor of progesterone.

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