Using deodorant causes breast cancer
Some misinformation has led women to believe that chemicals in antiperspirants and deodorants can lead to breast cancer, there’s no evidence that this is true.
Wearing a bra causes breast cancer
A study concluded that women who wore a bra were at no greater risk of developing cancer than women who did not wear a bra.
Men do not get breast cancer
Breast cancer in men accounts for about 1% of all breast cancer cases (men & women combined) and about 0.2% of all types of cancers in men.
Breast cancer doesn’t always come in the form of a lump
It’s always not necessary that a lump can cause breast cancer, there are other symptoms like Skin thickening or redness in or around your breast, breast warmth, and itching, nipple changes or discharge.
Sugar feeds cancer. Drinking milk can cause cancer
All cells including cancer cells require nutrients such as sugar to survive, but the microscopic requirement for sugar at the cancer cellular level is not directly linked to the sugar content of what we eat and drink.