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Very hot drinks 'probably' cause cancer: UN body
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Sixty seconds on . . . Coffee and cancer

Nigel Hawkes London Hooray, coffee's in the clear! Yes, it's been reclassified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). Since 1991 IARC has listed it as possibly carcinogenic, but now it has decided that there's inadequate ... British Medical Journal, 1 week ago
How Could Hot Drinks Cause Cancer? Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 day ago
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PoloWang Biotech Displays DTC Genetic Testing Services at COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2016

According to the statistics of International Agency for Research on Cancer , cancer is among the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, with an average of 14 million new cancer cases and
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 week ago

In Depth High-profile cancer reviews trigger controversy

the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), released a statement concluding there isn't enough evidence to say that coffee causes cancer, but that very hot beverages are probably carcinogenic. IARC, the cancer research arm of the World ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com5 days ago

Why it sometimes seems like everything causes cancer

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the global body that keeps tabs on cancer risk, has studied nearly 1,000 agents to see whether they might be carcinogens. These agents run the gamut from very specific substances (e.g., ...
 Quartz6 days ago

Very hot drinks "possibly carcinogenic", says WHO's cancer agency

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) on Wednesday said drinking very hot liquids could cause cancer but added no conclusive evidence showed that coffee is probably carcinogenic. Based on limited data which have shown a positive ...
 China.org.cn1 week ago Very hot drinks 'possibly carcinogenic', says WHO's cancer agency  Ecns.cn1 week ago
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WHO's Cancer Warning No Shock For 'Hot Tea'-Happy Iran

The UN agency for cancer research wants everyone to cool it. A review of more than 1,000 studies indicated that drinking "very hot" beverages is "probably carcinogenic to humans," the WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) ...
 Radio Free Europe1 week ago
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Ann Schwartz, Ph.D., of Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit elected to International Lung Cancer Consortium..

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Ann G. Schwartz, Ph.D., MPH, deputy center director and executive vice president for Research and Academic Affairs at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute and professor and associate chair in the Department of Oncology ...
 ADVFN India1 week ago Ann Schwartz, Ph.D. , Of Karmanos Cancer Institute In Detroit Elected To International Lung Cancer Consortium Steering Committee  BioSpace1 week ago
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Australian experts weigh in on link between coffee, cancer

The World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer research agency has found no conclusive evidence that coffee causes cancer. The recent study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) did however uncover that drinking very hot drinks ...
 China.org.cn1 week ago XINHUA - Australian experts weigh in on link between coffee, cancer  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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From Cancer Care to Fruit Flies: IAEA Director General Looks at the IAEA's Work in Paraguay

MIL OSI Source: International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA Press Release/Statement: Headline: The IAEA's technical cooperation programme in Paraguay covers a broad range of activities, from sterilizing fruit flies to fighting cancer, IAEA ...
 Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 week ago
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Waters Collaborates with Singapore's Bioprocessing Technology Institute to Develop New Strategies to Identify Cancer Markers and Probe Cancer Biology

Organizations Partner to Enhance the Development of Analytical Methods and Glycan Libraries for Cancer Glycobiology, Focusing on Glycosphingolipids MILFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun. 21, 2016-- Waters Corporation (NYSE:WAT) today announced a ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago Waters Collaborates with Singapores Bioprocessing Technology Institute to Develop New Strategies to Identify Cancer Markers and Probe Cancer Biology  Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management1 week ago Waters Collaborates with Singapore 's Bioprocessing Technology Institute to Develop New Strategies to Identify Cancer Markers and Probe Cancer Biology  Stockwatch1 week ago Waters : Collaborates with Singapore's Bioprocessing Technology Institute to Develop New Strategies to Identify Cancer Markers and Probe Cancer Biology  4 Traders1 week ago
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