|Pregnancy may protect women against developing bladder cancer later in life, according to scientists who conducted research on mice.
The study by the University of Rochester Medical Centre attempted to understand why bladder cancer is three times more common in men than in women.
Scientists in the past have put this down to historically higher smoking rates and dangers in the workplace for men, but the gap has existed even after women entered the workforce and took up smoking in greater numbers.
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