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Cancer

01 October 2010

Coffee - lower risk of brain tumour

Coffee and tea lovers may have a decreased likelihood of developing the most common form of malignant brain tumour in adults, a new study suggests.

Coffee and tea lovers may have a decreased likelihood of developing the most common form of malignant brain tumour in adults, a new study suggests.

"This is all very preliminary," said lead researcher Dominique Michaud, of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and Imperial College London. "This study shouldn't be the reason that anyone changes their coffee or tea intake."

 

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