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It's getting clearer — the diet-cancer connection points to sugar and carbs


It's getting clearer â the diet-cancer connection points to sugar and carbs
Los Angeles Times

If we've made little progress since then in pinpointing specific foods that cause cancer, it's in large part because nutrition studies aren't well-suited to cracking the problem. A cancer typically arises over years, or decades, making the type of

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