Based on extensive reviews of research studies have shown that there is a strong scientific consensus of an association between drinking alcohol and cancer. Clear patterns have emerged between alcohol consumption and the development of cancers including:
cancer - Alcohol consumption is associated with a modestly increased risk of
cancers of the colon and rectum.
A meta-analysis of 57 cohort and case-control studies that examined the association
between alcohol consumption and colorectal cancer risk found that for every 10 grams
of alcohol consumed per day (slightly less than one drink or 3.5 ounces of
wine), there was a seven (7) percent increase in the risk of colorectal cancer. More