Obese women have a 40% higher risk of developing seven cancers

Via .dailymail.co.uk- Jenny Hope

Obesity raises women’s risk of seven cancers by 40%: 18,000 women develop disease each year as a result of being overweight

Obese women have a 40% higher risk of developing seven cancers

  • These include bowel, post-menopausal breast, kidney and pancreatic
  • Researchers said 8.2% of cancers in UK women were caused by being fat
  • 18,000 women develop cancer as a result of being overweight each year

Obese women have a 40 per cent higher risk of developing at least seven types of cancer in their lifetime, according to research.

These weight-related cancers include bowel, post-menopausal breast, gallbladder, womb, kidney, pancreatic and oesophageal types.

 Statistics released by Cancer Research UK show that obese women have around a one in four risk of developing a cancer linked to weight in their lifetime.

 

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In a group of 1,000 obese women, 274 will be diagnosed with a bodyweight-linked cancer in their lifetime, compared with 194 women diagnosed in a group of 1,000 healthy weight women.

Approximately a quarter of women are classified as obese and it is estimated that 18,000 women develop cancer as a result of being overweight or obese each year.

There are different ways that obesity could increase the risk of cancer.

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