Washington: A new study has put weight on previous findings that showed that moderate drinking is associated with a lower risk of kidney cancer, which may affect about 1 percent of the general population.In published prospective cohort studies, the risk for such cancer among moderate drinkers is usually about 25 percent less than the risk seen among non-drinkers.This well-done meta-analysis supports these findings: for the more-reliable prospective cohort studies (rather than case-control studies) the current study finds a 29 percent lower risk for subjects in the highest category of alcohol consumption in comparison with subjects in the lowest alcohol category.
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