Studies mixed on charred meat's link to cancers

04/22/2009 | Reuters

Regularly eating very well-done, burned or charred red meat can raise a person's risk of pancreatic cancer by 60% to 70%, according to study results presented at an American Association of Cancer Research conference. Another study presented at the conference found no link between eating charred meat and colon cancer.

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