That Cup of Joe Affects Your Prostate Cancer Risk

Gupta, Rahul
June 2011
Internal Medicine Alert;6/15/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p82
Regular coffee consumption is associated with a prominent decrease in fatal or metastatic prostate cancer.


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