Alcohol and Cancer: More than 700,000 New Cases of Cancer Worldwide In 2020 Were Attributable to Alcohol Consumption, New Research Suggests

Published Jul 14, 2021

Alcohol and Cancer: More than 700,000 New Cases of Cancer Worldwide In 2020 Were Attributable to Alcohol Consumption, New Research Suggests

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