New Study Finds Coffee Consumption Prevents Cancer




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A recent study conducted at Dana-Farber Cancer Center in Boston found that patients who consumed a minimum of four cups of caffeinated coffee a day “were 42 percent less likely to have their cancer return than non-coffee drinkers”. The study included approximately 1000 patients who were diagnosed as Stage III colon cancer that had completed their treatment, both chemotherapy and surgery.

The research pointed out that the lowered risk of recurrence was directly related to the caffeine in the coffee and not other components that are also present. This is not the only study that has linked the consumption of coffee to decreased risk of cancer.

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Past studies have also come to the conclusion that caffeine can help protect from everything from various forms of cancer. Charles Fuchs, the author of the paper, was quoted “If you are a coffee drinker and are being treated for colon cancer, don’t stop, but if you’re not a coffee drinker and wondering whether to start, you should first discuss it with your physician.”

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