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Latest global data on cancer burden and alcohol consumption

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A new study led by scientists from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) shows that an estimated 741 000 new cases of cancer in 2020 were associated with alcohol consumption globally.

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Latest global data on cancer burden and alcohol consumption: More than 740 000 new cases of cancer in 2020 attributed to alcohol
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IARC Press Release 299

Latest global data on cancer burden and alcohol consumption: More than 740 000 new cases of cancer in 2020 attributed to alcohol. Download PDF
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Communiqué de presse 299

Dernières données mondiales sur le cancer et la consommation d’alcool : plus de 740 000 nouveaux cas de cancer attribués à l’alcool en 2020. Télécharger le PDF
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Contribution of different levels of alcohol drinking to the global alcohol-attributable cancer burden in 2020

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Alcohol drinking caused more than 740 000 cases of cancer globally in 2020

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Alcohol consumption and cancer in Canada


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Alcohol consumption and cancer in France

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La consommation d’alcool en France

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Alcohol consumption and cancer in the United Kingdom

 

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