Drop that steak! Studies tackle issues of diet, cancer

Three studies released today in the Journal of the American Medical Association offer different views on the roles of diet in cancer development. One study found Americans who ate a lot of processed and red meat had a higher risk of rectal and colon cancer; another claimed eating vegetables and fruit does not protect women from getting breast cancer, but the foods still may help protect people from other kinds of cancers; and a third study said people with high blood sugar were more likely to develop cancer.

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