Fight cancer with coffee

Marion, Matt
November 1998
Men's Health;Nov98, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p38
Deals with the report published in the `American Journal of Epidemiology' which states that drinking coffee everyday could reduce risk of colorectal cancer. Explanation of Edward Giovannucci, author of the report, on the study findings; Other tips to reduce risk of colorectal cancer.


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