Does drinking coffee cause cancer?

Australian researchers used data from more than 300,000 people and found no link between coffee consumption and the overall risk of developing the disease.
0:17 | 07/18/19

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There's been so much talk about coffee and whether it increases your risk of cancer will tonight a new study. By Australian researchers who use data for more than 300000 people they found no link between coffee consumption and the overall risk of developing cancer. That study has been published in the international journal of epidemiology.

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