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Wine Raises Cancer Risk by 168%

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Wine drinkers beware! A new study has claimed that sipping just a small goblet of wine every day can more than double the risk of cancer.
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The study by France’s National Cancer Institute (INCA) says that consuming just a 125ml glass of wine increases the chance of developing mouth and throat cancer by 168%, Daily Mail reported.

Other cancers are also more likely to strike regular drinkers, the study claimed. The INCA study warned that consumption of alcohol is associated with an increase in the risk of cancers mouth, larynx, esophagus, colon-rectum, and breast cancer.

The Times Of India

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