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NEWS: Alcohol’s Cancer Toll Revealed

Alcohol’s cancer toll revealed
Alcohol consumption caused more than 700,000 new cancer cases and around 366,000 cancer deaths in 2012, mainly in rich countries, according to data reported to the World Cancer Congress in Paris.
Alcohol and cancer: new cases and millions of deaths
Comparing the cancer risk of people who consume alcohol, to that of people who do not, researchers calculated that alcohol was responsible for an estimated 5% of all new cancer cases, and 4.5% of deaths per year…

EVENT: 2016 World Cancer Congress

2016 World Cancer Congress: From Melbourne…to Paris to “Mobilise action – Inspire change” In 2016, more than 3,500 cancer experts will travel to Paris to discuss the latest cancer trends and projections, learn about best practices in science implementation and meet their peers from around the world…

BLOG: Alcohol Fuelled Global Cancer Epidemic – 4 Facts To Turn The Tide

On World Cancer Day, WHO released World Cancer Report 2014 showing a scary picture of the global surge of cancer. Alcohol plays a major role in the epidemic that is fuelled by Big Alcohol. Prevention measures must be implemented to turn the tide, save lives and improve lifestyles of millions. And four facts are crucial in this mission…