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The contraceptive pill’s role in preventing cancer

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Did you know that using the contraceptive pill can help prevent reproductive cancers?

International research has shown that using the pill for between 10 to 15 years can actually reduce a woman’s risk of developing ovarian, uterine and breast cancer.

But will this change the way women use the pill?

Reporter Laura Kewley investigates.

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