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Former and current consumers of alcohol may be at risk of developing cancer in their distal colon and rectum.
Frequent consumption of alcohol may contribute positively to the development of colorectal cancer.
Fondness for grilled (barbecued) red meat and processed meats may spur the development of colorectal cancer in women.
Habitual consumers of alcohol are highly liable to have advanced and multiple adenomas in their colon and rectum.
Moderate and heavy intake of alcohol may foster the development and growth of serrated polyps in the colon and rectum.
Alcohol dependence (alcoholism) might be a risk factor for colorectal cancer.
Increased intake of foods high in fiber, such as fruits and whole grains, may help ward off colorectal adenomas.
Frequent drinking of alcohol may increase an individual's chances of developing colorectal cancer.
Following a high-fiber diet may confer individuals with significant protection against colorectal cancer.