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Alcohol consumption as a major risk factor for the rise in liver cancer mortality rates in Japanese men

Alcohol use may heighten a man's chances of dying from liver cancer.

This research work studied the impact of alcohol consumption on liver cancer mortality. Researchers charted alcohol use against the number of deaths recorded from liver cancer in a study group comprising of Japanese men. 

The research team estimated that alcohol intake was responsible for 70% of deaths arising from liver cancer among Japanese men. The data from this study provide strong evidence that alcohol drinking may result in a substantial increase in liver cancer mortality in men.

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