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Bullshit: Drink three pegs, don’t fear as a cup of coffee will write off sins

Bullshit: Drink three pegs, don’t fear as a cup of coffee will write off sins

Bullshit: Drink three pegs, don’t fear as a cup of coffee will write off sins. 

This is nothing short of a path breaking study. A latest research has concluded that drinking coffee regularly cuts the chances of liver cancer among alcoholics.

Researchers who belonged to the World Cancer Research Fund have come to the conclusion that coffee may be helpful in fighting liver cancer.

They actually analyzed large amount of data before reaching this conclusion. They used global studies regarding the causes and preventions of liver cancer and the amount of data they used in the course of the study was unbelievably high. Researchers claim that they studied 8.2 million adults and 24,500 causes of liver cancer.
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The World Cancer Research Fund says that this study was done in order to get a better understanding of how diet, weight and physical activity together affect the risk of developing liver cancer. After the compilation of the necessary studies, the results were reviewed by a group of researchers at the Imperial College London in England. The data was then accessed by a panel of independent, international experts.

It is needless to say that researchers are very excited. Dr. Anne McTiernan, a co-author of the report says in a statement “The finding provides the clearest indication to date of how many drinks actually cause liver cancer”. She is an epidemiologist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

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