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A surge in the risk of cancers of the head, neck, liver, pharynx, larynx, mouth, pancreas, and esophagus is associated with heavy drinking of alcohol.
Moderate and heavy consumers of alcohol are much more prone to develop cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic drinks.
A surge in the risk of liver cancer is associated with regular intake of alcohol.
Regular consumers of alcohol are highly predisposed to colorectal cancer.
Regular consumers of alcohol are more prone to develop colorectal cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic products.
Compared to non-consumers, heavy consumers of alcohol are more likely to develop stomach cancer.
Alcohol and beer drinkers are highly vulnerable to colorectal cancer.
Colorectal cancer is more likely to occur in individuals who are heavy or moderate drinkers of alcohol.