Analysis: Coffee, tea may reduce risk of kidney cancer

12/25/2007 | Reuters

Coffee and tea might provide protection against kidney cancer, but milk, soda and juice appear to have no discernible effects, according to a recent analysis of studies. Those who drank three or more cups of coffee each day had a 16% lower risk of the disease than those who averaged less than a cup a day, while people who drank one 8-ounce cup of tea each day were 15% less likely to develop kidney cancer than nondrinkers.

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