Load up on sugar and increase cancer risk
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Load up on sugar and increase cancer risk

Caroline Tomlinson Staff nurse, At the Joseph Weld Hospice, Dorchester, Dorset

Piling sugar into cups of tea and coffee and drinking fizzy drinks is not only bad for the waistline, teeth and can put you at risk of developing diabetes it can also lead to pancreatic cancer, warns new research from Sweden.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 5, 10, 6-7. doi: 10.7748/cnp.5.10.6.s8

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