Join Us

Abortion Doesn’t Affect Risk

Save as Favorite
Sign in to receive recommendations (Learn more)

A study supports earlier evidence that abortion, whether induced or a miscarriage, doesn't affect breast cancer risk.

Research has explored the relationship between having children and breast cancer risk. Some studies have suggested that having children after age 25 or not having any children at all can increase breast cancer risk. These possible effects make it reasonable to wonder whether abortion can affect breast cancer risk.

The study reviewed here followed more than 100,000 women, which is a large study. Usually, the larger a study is, the more accurate its results.

Abortion is a very sensitive topic. hopes that the results of this study can help you feel more informed and secure about important health decisions you may face.

Was this article helpful? Yes / No
Rn icon

Can we help guide you?

Create a profile for better recommendations

How does this work? Learn more
Are these recommendations helpful? Take a quick survey

Fy22oct sidebarad v02
Back to Top