1 in 7. A study reveals the link between alcohol and cancer

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A recent study found that drinking alcohol significantly increases the risk of developing cancer, according to the “Jerusalem Post” website.

And researchers at the University of Toronto conducted the new study, to add to the body of scientific evidence that there is no “safe amount of alcohol”, and that any consumption of it is harmful to health.

“Any drinking brings risks,” said Dr. Jürgen Ram, a mental health expert at the University of Toronto and co-author of a research paper published in The Lancet Oncology.

The researchers used data on worldwide alcohol consumption, collected by the World Health Organization, and its sales data.

According to the results, alcohol “is used as a fuel for about a quarter of all common cancers, especially breast and bowel cancer.”

For example, each glass of wine (average size) per day increases the risk of breast cancer by 6 percent.

They also found that drinking one or two glasses a day of wine “significantly increases the risk of cancer,” noting that one in seven patients diagnosed with cancer in 2020, drank alcohol “moderately”.

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