August 13, 2014
Derek M. Huffman, PhD
Higher BMI increased individuals’ risks for 10 common cancers, according to results of a population-based cohort study conducted in the United Kingdom.
More than 12,000 cases of these malignancies each year in the UK can be attributed to patients being overweight or obese, and nearly 4,000 more of these cancers could occur each year if the average BMI of the country’s population continues to increase, results showed.
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