In my opinion, stupid ass statistics like this dont take into account the type of people who work night shifts, or the fact that jobs with night shifts may put you around substances that cause cancer. But seriously, I bet just about every person who works a night shift smokes cigarettes, drinks, etc. Its not the job, its the people. Its statistics I guarantee if you ask some guy that you know who works a night shift if they were asked to participate in this study they'd say no, thus statistics are BULL SHIT.
Usually scientific studies that publish data do have controls, and do look for other explanations for the found trends. Quite honestly what you said was very stupid, because you mention your opinion about something that can easily be answered yes or no, and you didn't take into account that perhaps people before your in a field of empirical data and controlled research wouldn't have thought to find other causes before reaching a conclusion.
guys can get breast cancer
But men are far less likely to get it, and many conditions favor certain genders, so gender studies are more helpful when predicting risk to certain people. Also they are thinking it is an problem within the endocrine system, which act differently between men and women.
maybe they should consider the number of people who smoke cigarettes that work the night shift?
Because breast cancer is caused by smoking?
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