New Study Finds Excessive Alcohol Use in Cancer Survivors, Putting them at Risk for More Cancer

Updated January 20th, 2020

New Study Finds Excessive Alcohol Use in Cancer Survivors, Putting them at Risk for More Cancer

SurvivorNet talked to community members about why they do -- or don't -- drink.

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