Can drinking too much alcohol raise the risk of cancer?

A new study published in "Plos Medicine" shows the risk of cancer is lowest in light drinkers, while heavy drinkers are at the greatest risk.
0:13 | 06/19/18

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News tonight about alcohol and cancer a new study shows that the risk of cancer it's actually lowest in light drinkers people consume between one and five drinks per week. The risk is actually lower than those who rarely or never drink at all.

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