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May 9, 2005

Whiskey and Cancer

Drinking whisky can help protect you against cancer, a conference of international scientists have heard. Researchers have long hailed the anti-cancer properties of red wine due to its antioxidant content, and delegates at the EuroMedLab 2005 conference in Glasgow have now been told that whisky contains significantly higher levels of a powerful antioxidant that kills cancer cells. (Daily News Central)

December 14, 2004

Alcohol Increases Blood Vessels That Feed Tumors

Previous reports have suggested that alcohol use helps cancers grow and now, new research offers a possible explanation for this phenomenon. (UPMC Cancer Centers)

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September 20, 2004

Alcohol Does Not Increase Bladder Cancer Risk

New research suggests that drinking alcohol does not increase the risk of bladder. In fact, the investigators found that beer may actually reduce the risk, according to their report in the September 15th issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. (UPMC Cancer Centers)

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