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Alcohol consumption and gastric cancer risk: a meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies.

​Alcohol consumers may be highly prone to develop stomach cancer.

This research work reviewed current studies that evaluated the association between alcohol consumption and gastric (stomach) cancer development risk. Data extracted 23 cohort studies were analyzed for this study. 

Researchers found out that regular drinking of alcohol correlated with elevated risk of stomach cancer. According to this study, the consumption of 10 grams of alcohol per day increased the likelihood of developing gastric cancer by 7%. This study provides evidence that support the theory that alcohol drinking can increase the risk of stomach cancer. 

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