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Lifetime Alcohol Intake and Risk of Rectal Cancer in Western New York

Long-term consumers of alcohol may have a high disposition to suffer from rectal cancer.

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Rectal Cancer: 20% Risk Reduction Thanks to Dietary Fibre Intake. Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

High dietary ingestion of fiber-containing foods may help thwart the development of rectal cancer.

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Plant foods, fiber, and rectal cancer.

Consuming plant-based diets may help thwart the development of cancerous cells in the rectum.

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Smoking increases rectal cancer risk to the same extent in women as in men: results from a Norwegian cohort study.

Smoking is associated with increased predisposition to rectal cancer in both men and women.

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Alcohol drinking and colorectal cancer risk: an evaluation based on a systematic review of epidemiologic evidence among the Japanese population.

Regular consumers of alcohol are highly predisposed to colorectal cancer.

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Tobacco smoking and colorectal cancer risk: an evaluation based on a systematic review of epidemiologic evidence among the Japanese population.

High colorectal cancer risk is associated with tobacco smoking.

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Alcohol consumption is associated with increased risk of distal colon and rectal cancer in Japanese men: the Miyagi Cohort Study.

Heavy alcohol drinkers are more likely to develop colorectal cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic beverages.

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Egg consumption and cancer of the colon and rectum.

Individuals who consistently consume large amounts of eggs are highly vulnerable to colon, rectal, and colorectal cancer.

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Dietary fiber intake and risks of cancers of the colon and rectum in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC).

Individuals who regularly consume diets high in cereal, fruit, and vegetable fibers are less likely to develop colon, rectal, and colorectal cancers.

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