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Submission + - Coffee Lowers the Risk of Oral Cancer by 49 Percent

An anonymous reader writes: Coffee may help lower the risk of developing oral and pharyngeal cancer and of dying from the disease. The study, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, was conducted using the Cancer Prevention Study II. The large cohort study began in 1982 by the American Cancer Society. Researchers were able to examine 968,432 men and women, none of whom had cancer at the time of their enrollment in the study.
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Coffee Lowers the Risk of Oral Cancer by 49 Percent

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