Menopause does not cause cancer. But the risk of developing all types of cancer increases with age. So women going through menopause have a greater chance of developing cancer because they’re older, however, the age during which a woman starts menopause seems to have an effect on her cancer risk.
People usually associate “memory” with implicit memory, which refers to past experiences and routines. For example, recalling song lyrics or a toast at your wedding would be drawing on your implicit memory.