Study: Regular alcohol intake ups risk of various cancers in men

08/10/2009 | HealthDay News

Canadian researchers found that men who drink moderate to high amounts of beer and liquor during their lifetime are at a greater risk of developing certain cancers, including esophageal, colon, lung and prostate cancers. The researchers used data from a study in the 1980s that looked at the alcohol consumption and cancer history of men between the ages of 35 and 70, who had been diagnosed with cancer.

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