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Breast cancer risk 'has gone up'

New figures reveal that the risk of a woman getting breast cancer in the UK has risen from one in nine to one in eight with obesity and heavy drinking being blamed as part of the reason.

However, more women are now surviving the disease. Dr Kat Arney of Cancer Research UK tells us more about their findings.

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