Study: Red wine might decrease risk of colon cancer

03/14/2007 | ConsumerAffairs.com

Drinking red wine might reduce the risk of colorectal neoplasia by 68%, according to a study of 360 red and white wine drinkers. The researchers suspect the resveratrol in red wine may be responsible. However, doctors say colon cancer screening still is essential.

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