Latest Research

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.

E Y W Yu et al, 2020. Coffee consumption and risk of bladder cancer: a pooled analysis of 501,604 participants from 12 cohort studies in the Bladder Cancer Epidemiology and Nutritional Determinants (BLEND) International Study, European Journal of Epidemiology, published online.

W J Seow et al, 2019. Associations between tea and coffee beverage consumption and the risk of lung cancer in the Singaporean Chinese population, European Journal of Nutrition, published online.

Z W Dai et al, 2019. Association between coffee consumption and risk of bladder cancer in a meta-analysis of 16 prospective studies, Nutrition and Metabolism, published online.

P M Y Lee et al, 2019. Association Between Coffee Products and Breast Cancer Risk: A Case-control Study in Hong Kong Chinese Women, Scientific Reports, Volume 9(1).

C C Shao et al, 2019. A dose-response meta-analysis of coffee consumption and thyroid cancer occurrence, International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, published online.

J-S Ong et al, 2019. Association between coffee consumption and overall risk of being diagnosed with or dying from cancer among >300.000 UK Biobank participants in a large-scale Mendelian randomization study, International Journal of Epidemiology, published online.

Y Wang et al, 2019. Dose-response meta-analysis of coffee consumption and risk of colorectal adenoma, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published online.

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