Drinking Red Wine Associated With Reduced Lung Cancer Risk in Male Smokers

RESEARCH
WINE & wine making
LUNGS -- Cancer
CANCER -- Risk factors
CIGARETTE smokers
CHEMOPREVENTION

Abstract:The article reports on the findings of a study concerning the benefits of drinking red wine in lowering the risk of lung cancer in male smokers. It explores how the study was conducted and the respondents involved. It reveals that drinking one or more glasses of red wine per day was associated with a 60 percent lower adjusted risk of lung cancer. The results will be used for lung cancer chemoprevention in smokers.

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