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Gum infections linked to several cancers in women
by Lisa Rapaport
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1 August 2017
On 1 August 2017 Reuters reported:
Older women with gum infections are more likely to get many common cancers than their peers who have perfect oral health, a recent study suggests. Compared to women without oral health problems, women with periodontal disease were 14 percent more likely to develop cancer, the study found. The biggest risk was for cancer of the esophagus, which was three times more likely in women with periodontal disease. Women with periodontal disease were also 31 percent more likely to be diagnosed with lung tumors, 73 percent more likely to get gallbladder cancers, 13 percent more likely to have breast tumors, and 23 percent more likely to have melanoma.
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