Dec 21, · Not just a toothache: periodontal disease linked to breast cancer Postmenopausal women with periodontal disease are more likely to develop breast cancer, according to research published in Cancer Author: Yvette Brazier. Sep 10, · Breast cancer survivors and especially chemotherapy patients need to be aware that they are at a greater risk of tooth decay and other dental problems. Apparently, chemo .
Jan is right. There appears to be a strong link between root canals and cancer. Just google it and you'll find lots of information. Evidently, root canal teeth are a great hiding place for cancer cells. My naturopath had a root canal tooth pulled and sent off to pathology. It was full of ovarian and breast cancer cells. Nov 23, · Relationship between Breast cancer and Oral hygiene. Also, consult your dentist if you have toothache, bad breathe, cracked teeth, holes in your teeth and between gums and teeth, or if .
Jun 05, · A variation in a gene already associated with breast cancer risk is also linked with especially unpleasant underarm body odor and wet ear wax, according to a team of Japanese scientists.