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Hope for colorectal cancer sufferers: Better diet lowers death risks


Hope for colorectal cancer sufferers: Better diet lowers death risks


Hope for colorectal cancer sufferers: A better diet lowers risks of death - even AFTER a lifetime of eating poorly, study findsAbout 1.4 million Americans have colorectal cancer The number of people dying of the disease has steadily increased each year Poor diet is a risk factor for colorectal cancer American Cancer Society research found changing to a healthier diet lowers risks of death after diagnosis by 20 percent even if they ate badly beforePeople who ate 'Western diets' high in red meat had 30 percent higher risks By Natalie Rahhal Deputy Health Editor For Dailymail.

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