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Coffee may improve survival in colon cancer

Coffee may improve survival in colon cancer
December 13, 2017

Patients with colorectal cancer who drank coffee, either caffeinated or decaffeinated, showed a lower risk for colorectal cancer-specific death and overall death in two large prospective cohort studies.

The benefits were strongest in patients who drank at least two cups per day both before and after their diagnosis.

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