Carbohydrates and Colorectal Cancer Risk among Chinese in North America

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URL: https://cebp.aacrjournals.org/content/11/2/187.long

Journal: Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention

Publication Date: 02/2002

Summary: These data indicate that increased eCarb and total carbohydrate consumption are both associated with increased risk of CRC in both sexes, and that among women, relative risk appears greatest for the right colon, whereas among men, relative risk appears greatest for the rectum.

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Higher levels of carbohydrate consumption are associated with colon cancer in both men and women.

Is The Excessive Consumtion of Carbohydrates Related To Colon Cancer Risk?

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