To a greater extent, obesity increases the incidence of cancer than previously thought: the likelihood is at least twice that.At least twice as much increases the risk of cancer, according to new results from an international research group, and obesity.
The study, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, was led by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a member of the World Health Organization, and was also a contributor to the University of Bristol Medical Sciences.Doubling the risk of cancer The research team carried out a genetic analysis of eight common types of tumors associated with obesity. The testtцmegindex (BMI) йs the rбkkockбzat kцzцtti цsszefьggйst hasonlнtottбk ъgynevezett of Mendelian genetics randomizбciу technikбjбval цssze what mйg developed with the йvtizedekkel of Relationship ezelхtt to цsszetett variбciуk genetic causal relationships hatбrozzбk contemplated herein tъl large mennyisйgы testzsнrrуl you have already bizonyнtottбk the importance Factors in Cancer Risk: In high-income countries, six percent of all cancers are estimated to be worthwhile.Richard Martin, a clinical epidemiology professor at the University of Medicine in Bristol, told the paper: The new analysis showed that the past had an underestimation of the risk to cancer, and that it is likely to play a bigger role in the past.
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