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Alcohol consumption can directly cause cancer, new genetic study finds

A large genetic study tracking 150,000 subjects for over a decade has affirmed the direct causal link between drinking alcohol and developing cancer. The findings particularly link oesophageal cancers and head and neck cancers with alcohol consumption.

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    Alcohol consumption can directly cause cancer, new genetic study finds

    Alcohol consumption can directly cause cancer, new genetic study finds

    A large genetic study tracking 150,000 subjects for over a decade has affirmed the direct causal link between drinking alcohol and developing cancer. …

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