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C Fortes, 2020. Are anti-inflammatory foods associated with a protective effect for cutaneous melanoma? European Journal of Cancer Prevention, Volume 29 (5).

M Lukic et al, 2020. Coffee consumption and overall and cause-specific mortality: the Norwegian women and cancer study (NOWAC), European Journal of Epidemiology, published online.

C N Madsen et al, 2020. Coffee Intake During Pregnancy and Childhood Acute Leukemia - A Cohort Study, Cancer Epidemiology, Volume 67.

C Y Um et al, 2020. Coffee Consumption and Risk of Colorectal Cancer in the Cancer Prevention Study-II Nutrition Cohort, Cancer Epidemiology, Volume 67.

J-M Bae, 2020. Coffee Consumption and Colon Cancer Risk: A Meta-Epidemiological Study of Asian Cohort Studies, Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, Volume 21 (5).

C Fortes, 2020. Are anti-inflammatory foods associated with a protective effect for cutaneous melanoma, European Journal of Cancer Prevention, published online.

W S Yang et al, 2020. Diet and Liver Cancer Risk: A Narrative Review of Epidemiologic Evidence, British Journal of Nutrition, published online.

J H Creed et al, 2020. A Prospective Study of Coffee and Tea Consumption and the Risk of Glioma in the UK Biobank, European Journal of Cancer, Volume 129.

W Q Cui et al, 2020. Caffeine and its main targets of colorectal cancer, World Journal of Gatsroenterology and Oncology, Volume 12(2).

A Romanos-Nanclares et al, 2020. Phenolic Acid Subclasses, Individual Compounds, and Breast Cancer Risk in a Mediterranean Cohort: the SUN Project, J Acad Nutr Diet, published online.

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