Binge-Drinking Rates for Some Women Double, Study Finds — Which Leaves Them at Risk for Cancer

Published Dec 2, 2019

Binge-Drinking Rates for Some Women Double, Study Finds — Which Leaves Them at Risk for Cancer

Experts tell SurvivorNet that heavy drinking can increase the risk of breast, colon, and several other types of cancer.

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