Breast cancer is among the most common and most dangerous forms of cancer affecting women. The American Cancer Society estimates that 1 in 8 women will face this disease at some point in their lives, and that in 2019 alone 41,760 women will die from it.
While a number of risk factors for breast cancer are beyond anyone’s control, cutting back on alcohol may be one way to reduce your chances of getting the disease. Drinking less can also make some aspects of treatment easier to manage if you’ve already been diagnosed.
If you’re interested in cutting back, or quitting alcohol completely, Ria Health offers innovative new options. Learn more