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Alcohol Linked to 7 Cancers
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Coffee no longer deemed possible carcinogen: UN

ere isn't enough proof to show a link to cancer. But the International Agency for Research on Cancer, or IARC, also announced in a report published today that drinking "very hot" beverages of any kind could potentially raise the cancer risk, and it classified ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Canada's top cancer researchers honoured by Society Canadian Cancer Society, 3 days ago

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Every Two Minutes a Child is Diagnosed with Cancer

Research conducted by the cancer agency of the World Health Organization reveals that 300,000 kids are diagnosed with childhood cancer worldwide each year LOS ANGELES, July 19, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The St. Baldrick's Foundation, the ...
 PR Newswire1 week ago Africa's growing and neglected cancer problem: We will all suffer  HealthMediciNet.com3 days ago 18 most dangerous foods in the world  MSN South Africa1 week ago A child is diagnosed with cancer every two minutes WHO agency  Can India News1 week ago
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Big dreams lead to atomic posting

A University of Queensland researcher has been recruited by the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to lead projects combating malnutrition through nuclear nutrition techniques. Dr Alexia Murphy will work as a nutrition specialist with ...
 University of Queensland2 days ago
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Report Claims Alcohol Consumption Causes Cancer

Taking issue with language that only loosely links alcohol consumption to increased cancer incidence, an article in the July 2016 issue of Addiction suggests that 5.8 percent of all cancer deaths worldwide are caused by alcohol-attributable cancers ...
 Lexology3 days ago Alcohol directly linked to 7 cancers, study finds  Special Broadcasting Service3 days ago Alcohol Consumption Linked to 7 Types of Cancer, a Review of Research Finds  ABC News4 days ago Is There An Alcohol-Cancer Link? Study Suggests Evidence Is Strong  Inquisitr4 days ago

Research agency develops low-cost device to detect aflatoxins

Hyderabad, Jul 26 () A city-based crop research institute today said it has developed the first portable low- cost device for rapid detection of aflatoxins, toxic substances produced by mould fungi which can cause liver and other cancers in humans. ...
 Times of India2 days ago PTI - ICRISAT (BES49) - Research agency develops low-cost device to detect aflatoxins  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago
CHINAdaily Europe

Chocolatier Ferrero disputes safety claim

Italian chocolatier Ferrero International SA, the world's third-largest chocolate maker, says it guarantees its products are safe for consumers even though Foodwatch, a private German food watchdog, claimed that Ferrero chocolate bars contain a ...
 CHINAdaily Europe6 days ago Ferrero accused of Kinder safety violation, but German agency gives OK  CHINAdaily USA1 week ago

'Strong Evidence' Shows That Alcohol Causes 7 Cancers, Researcher Argues

Drinking alcohol may cause seven different types of cancer, according to a new opinion article. Previous studies have found an association between drinking alcohol and a higher risk of developing certain cancers , according to the article.
 Yahoo! News3 days ago Drinking Alcohol May Cause 7 Types Of Cancer: Study  NDTV6 days ago Alcohol Could Cause 7 Types of Cancer, Study Finds  NatureWorldNews.com3 days ago Alcohol Can Cause Certain Cancers, Study Says  LiveScience.com6 days ago

You booze, you lose: Study confirms direct link between alcohol and cancer Newly published research has found even moderate consumption of alcohol carries risk of seven types of cancer.

Corbis via Like a bit of a tipple? You may be increasing your risk of seven types of cancer. According to a new study published today in the journal Addiction , alcohol causes cancer in the oropharynx, larynx, oesophagus, liver, colon, rectum and ... days ago

Coffee wont give you cancer, unless its very very hot, then it might

The World Health Organisations cancer arm made two announcements this week : one welcome and one not so welcome. First, it announced there was no conclusive evidence to show coffee increases cancer risk. This is a reversal of the 1991 conclusion , when the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Very hot drinks ‘probably’ cause cancer  Asian Age1 month ago WHO: Coffee can cause cancer, if very hot  Asian Age1 month ago Very hot drinks cause cancer  Rediff.com1 month ago

International Study Finds Effective, Less Toxic Way to Treat Brain Tumors

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Physicians from Carolinas HealthCare System's Neurosciences Institute and Levine Cancer Institute are among the authors of a study that was accepted for publication by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
 BioSpace2 days ago Focused therapy may be effective, less toxic way to treat brain tumors  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago Machinery neurons use to form and maintain their neuronal extensions discovered  HealthMediciNet.com4 days ago ASK THE DOCTOR: What's the best way to treat skin cancer?  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago
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