Light alcohol drinking and the risk of cancer development: a controversial relationship.
Light alcohol drinking and the risk of cancer development: a controversial relationship. Rev Recent Clin Trials. 2020 Jun 28;: Authors: Caprio GG, Picascia D, Dallio M, Vitiello PP, Giunta EF, De Falco V, Abenavoli L, Procopio AC, Famiglietti V, Martinelli E, Gravina AG, Federico A, Ciardiello F, Loguercio C, Ciardiello D Abstract BACKGROUND: In accordance with the scientific literature heavy alcohol consumption (>50g per day) represents a risk factor for several diseases development, including cancer. However, the oncogenic role of light alcohol drinking (
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This study included 250 subjects with NAFLD and 500 non-NAFLD controls. Clinical, anthropological and biochemical data were collected. Subjects with body mass index (BMI)>= 25 kg/m2 were taken as obese and subjects with BMI
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V FOUNDATION FINDS A WAY: Even amid Covid-19, the V Foundation for Cancer Research is getting the word out about its mission. The organization is teaming with ESPN for “V for Victory,” a one-hour television special hosted by ESPN’s Kevin Negandhi and Hannah Storm, on Aug. 8 at 2 p.m. EST on ABC as part of the Wine Celebration’s 2020 virtual event. The idea is to shine a light on cancer survivor stories and the urgency to support cancer research during the pandemic and support the V Foundation’s…
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Conclusions: Cough is the most frequent presenting complaint in general practice. Infections are the most frequent causes of acute cough regardless of the chest X-ray findings. PMID: 32736491 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
This article is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence.Julia A. Ju, Cornell J. Lee, Keyata N. Thompson, Eleanor C. Ory, Rachel M. Lee, Trevor J. Mathias, Stephen J. P. Pratt, Michele I. Vitolo, Christopher M. Jewell, Stuart S. Martin TetherChip is an optimized nanosurface comprised of a polyelectrolyte multilayer and a terminal lipid layer in a microfluidics system to enable the study of non-adherent tumor cell behaviors that are relevant to cancer metastasis. To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
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