Dietary factors and risk of colon cancer: a prospective study of 50,535 young Norwegian men and women

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URL: https://europepmc.org/abstract/med/9061275

Journal: European Journal of Cancer Prevention

Publication Date: 12/1996

Summary: In a large, Norwegian longitudinal study of dietary patterns and colon cancer incidence, there was no evidence of association between intake of meat, fish, fat, energy, fibre or calcium and risk of colon cancer, although an increased risk with frequent consumption of sausages was suggested

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Dietary intake of meat, fish, fat, fiber, energy, and calcium showed no association with colon cancer.

Meat Is Not Associated With Increased Risk Of Colon Cancer

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