A tipple a complete day may boost pancreatic cancer risk Women and men who consume two or more alcoholic drinks a time could increase their risk of developing pancreatic tumor, according to a study published in Tumor Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Malignancy Research. Previous research have been struggling to verify the association between drinking and the chance of pancreatic cancer, but most studies depended on a person’s recall of alcohol intake. Still, many hypothesize about the partnership between alcohol and pancreatic cancers because drinking is associated with the risk of pancreatitis and diabetes, and both these circumstances are known risk factors for developing the condition.
All of the investigators shared responsibility for the design of the analysis and the accrual and analysis of the data. All of the authors participated in the planning of the manuscript and made a decision to send the manuscript for publication. In South Africa, healthful infants, 5 to 10 weeks old, from October 2005 through January 2006 and from November 2006 through early February 2007 were enrolled, before the anticipated rotavirus seasons of 2006 and 2007, respectively.8,9 Since rotavirus may circulate year-round in Malawi,from October 2006 through July 2007 10 infants in Malawi were enrolled. Read More