Alcohol consumption and cancer risk: revisiting guidelines for sensible drinking

Latino-Martel, Paule; Arwidson, Pierre; Ancellin, Raphaƫlle; Druesne-Pecollo, Nathalie; Hercberg, Serge; Le Quellec-Nathan, Martine; Thanh Le-Luong; Maraninchi, Dominique
November 2011
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/8/2011, Vol. 183 Issue 16, p1861
Academic Journal
The article discusses the risks of alcohol consumption. It provides an overview on the guidelines for sensible drinking which are based on the short-term impacts of alcohol consumption including social and psychological problems and hospital admissions. Moreover, the developments on the link between the consumption of alcohol and cancer is discussed.


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