Could One Man’s Love of Processed Meat Have Caused His Colon Cancer? The BBC’s George Alagaiah Thinks So!

Published Aug 10, 2020

Could One Man’s Love of Processed Meat Have Caused His Colon Cancer? The BBC’s George Alagaiah Thinks So!

A group of California physicians assert that consuming processed meat can increase risk for colorectal cancer by 18% and want products like hot dogs to carry health-risk labeling. Would a warning have benefited BBC newsreader Alagaiah?

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