Red meat and processed meat intake and risk of colorectal cancer a population-based case–control study

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URL: https://journals.lww.com/eurjcancerprev/Pages/articleviewer.aspx?year=2019&issue=07000&article=00006&type=Fulltext

Journal: European Journal of Cancer Prevention

Publication Date: 07/2019

Summary: Prospective study examining meat intake and risk of colorectal cancer in Jewish and Arab residents of Northern Israel. Overall red meat consumption was associated weakly with CRC risk, significant only for lamb and pork, but not for beef, irrespective of tumor location. Processed meat was associated with mild CRC risk.

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Lamb and pork only had a weak association with colorectal cancer, and beef had no association with colorectal cancer.

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