Alcohol and laryngeal cancer: an update.

Frequent consumers of alcohol may have a high tendency to develop laryngeal cancer.

This study investigated the association between alcohol intake and the incidence of laryngeal cancer. Researchers analyzed data extracted from 20 studies conducted in Japan, Korea, Europe, and North America.

Researchers observed that regular drinking of alcohol is associated with increased risk of laryngeal cancer. A drop in laryngeal cancer risk was found in subjects who had stopped consuming alcoholic beverages. The results of this study suggest that regular consumption of alcohol may increase an individual’s susceptibility to laryngeal cancer.

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