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Date: July 6, 2022 3:26 am

Excessive consumption of drinks with added sugar can increase the risk of colorectal cancer. Experts from the Harvard School of Public Health reached this conclusion, having conducted a study for it.

After studying data from more than 120,000 people, the researchers found parallels between the incidence of this type of cancer and the number of deaths, as well as the use of sick foods with fructose and drinks with added sugar.

With the frequent use of sugary drinks in large quantities, there is a risk of pathologies in the upper and middle part of the rectum. They are more likely to appear in the later stages of the disease.

However, the experts noted that such a risk exists only with the frequent use of sugary drinks in the last ten years. If a person liked to indulge in soft drinks in childhood, but has now lost the habit a long time ago, they do not have to worry, according to the study data.

The American Cancer Society (ACS) has identified five causes of pancreatic cancer. According to scientists, genetics plays an important role. Mutations in six genes are capable of causing pathology. Also, this can happen even if there has been no history of pancreatic cancer in the patient’s family before.


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