Should Hot Dogs, Bacon, and Deli Meat Carry Warning Labels For Cancer? Lawsuit From California Doctors In The Interest of Public Health

Published Mar 15, 2020

Should Hot Dogs, Bacon, and Deli Meat Carry Warning Labels For Cancer? Lawsuit From California Doctors In The Interest of Public Health

Consuming 50 grams of processed meat—about one hot dog per day--increases your risk for colorectal cancer and pancreatic cancers by almost 20%, the lawsuit claims.

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