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Rest easy caffeine addicts, your morning coffee will not increase your chance of getting cancer, a new study has found.
The health benefits or risks associated with drinking a coffee a day have long been debated worldwide.
Queensland - Scientists - Evidence - Link - Caffeine
But now, Queensland scientists claim they have conclusive evidence that there is no link between caffeine and cancer.
The study, by QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, looked at genetic data from more than 300,000 coffee drinkers, which gave a more robust indication of whether altering coffee consumption would change the risk of cancer, Associate Professor Stuart MacGregor told the ABC.
Studies - Scale - Findings
Previous studies, which were done on a much smaller scale, had conflicting findings.
'What we found was that irrespective of specific compounds that were there, in terms of the relationship between the coffee they drink every day and whether they...
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