• Population-level decreases in alcohol, tobacco use could reduce cancer mortality

    7 monthes ago - By Healio

    Population-level reductions in tobacco and alcohol consumption could lower cancer mortality, according to findings from a population-based cohort study conducted in Australia.
    Systematic literature reviews published by the World Cancer Research Fund and International Agency for Research on Cancer found long-term alcohol and tobacco consumption increases risk for cancer of the lips, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, lung, stomach, colorectum, breast, pancreas and liver.
    “There is significant epidemiological evidence linking cancer on set to alcohol consumption and tobacco smoking and
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