Cancer: The drug that may increase the risk of dying from cancer by 27% – expert insight

Similar results were produced during one 2011 study published in the International Journal of Cancer which suggested that antidepressants could increase the risk of colorectal cancer.

The researchers did note, however, that further research was needed to confirm this association.

Due to the epidemiological nature of the studies, neither was able to determine a cause and effect relationship between the use of SSRI and breast cancer.

What’s more, the findings stand in stark contrast to those of further studies, which have associated the drug with anti-cancer properties.


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