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A surge in liver cancer development and mortality risk is associated with cigarette smoking.
High dietary ingestion of fruits, vegetables, and other antioxidant-rich foods may exert a protective effect against liver cancer.
Cigarette smoking may up the risk of liver cancer in men.
Vegetarians may have a low tendency of developing liver cancer.
Cigarette smokers may be highly vulnerable to liver cancer.
Individuals with high dietary intake of red and processed meats are susceptible to liver, colorectal, lung, and esophageal cancers.
Alcohol drinkers may have higher all-cause mortality risk.
Adequate intake of vegetables may help prevent liver cancer.
A decline in the risk of hepatocellular cancer is associated with habitual consumption of vegetables.
Men who are moderate and heavy drinkers of alcohol are highly vulnerable to esophageal, liver, prostate, stomach, colon, pancreatic, and lung cancer.
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.