Breast Cancer Risk May Be Reduced by Drinking at Least 5 Cups of Coffee Daily
Breast cancer can become disabling, and even after undergoing treatment and recovery, an individual may find it necessary to file for Social Security disability benefits.
According to a report in Health News, a new study recently published in Breast Cancer Research finds that the risk for breast cancer may be reduced by drinking substantial amounts of coffee.
This comes after recent findings from another study indicated that women drinking coffee can reduce their risk of stroke by 25%. However, these recent findings are a bit surprising as they say if a minimum of 5 cups of coffee is consumed daily, it could reduce an aggressive form of breast cancer, ER-negative breast cancer, by 57% in comparison to those women who drink just 1 cup daily.
The specifics of these findings are still unclear, such as the type of coffee, along with other factors that need to be taken into consideration. Experts will continue to study this, now looking at the chemical found in the coffee that could lead to such a reduction in breast cancer.
Whether you have been diagnosed with breast cancer or any other severe type of cancer that has left you disabled, you should consult with a disability associate in South Florida to determine if you are eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits.
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