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Women who suffer persistent hot flushes during the menopause are more likely to develop breast cance

Women who suffer persistent hot flushes during the menopause are more likely to develop breast cancer, research suggests.

Scientists say the risk of the disease is greatest for women who experience night sweats and other symptoms for at least a decade.

Fluctuating hormone levels are thought to be to blame, with changing amounts of oestrogen during the menopause being associated with hot flushes.

Oestrogen exposure is also linked to a greater breast-cancer risk, with the risk of developing the disease falling post-menopause when less of the hormone is produced.

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