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Pancreatic cancer is more likely to occur in cigarette smokers than in non-smokers.
Women who smoke tobacco are more likely to develop breast cancer than those who do not smoke.
Consistent consumption of red and processed meats may raise the odds of developing colorectal cancer.
Colon cancer is more likely to occur in individuals who are high consumers of red meat than in those who rare- or non-consumers of red meat.
A surge in the risk of liver cancer is associated with regular intake of alcohol.
Tobacco smokers may have a high tendency to develop stomach cancer.
Regular consumers of alcohol are highly predisposed to colorectal cancer.
High colorectal cancer risk is associated with tobacco smoking.
Individuals on high meat diets are highly vulnerable to colorectal cancer.
High intake of red and processed meats may increase lung cancer risk.
Individuals on diets rich in meat and devoid of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are highly susceptible to colorectal cancer.