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Yale Study Finds Diet Soda Linked To Lower Risk Of Colon Cancer Recurrence


A new study by Yale researchers found people who drank diet soda after beating colon cancer were less likely to see a recurrence and less likely to die than those who didn’t drink diet soda.Of the 1,018 patients researchers analyzed, those who drank one or more 12-ounce artificially sweetened drink a day saw a 46 percent improvement in risk of cancer recurrence or death compared to those who didn’t drink such beverages.“Artificially sweetened drinks have a checkered reputation in the public because of purported health risks that have never really been documented,” said the study’s senior author, Charles S.

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