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IARC classifies alcoholic beverage consumption as a cause of female breast, colorectum, larynx, liver, esophagus, oral cavity, and pharynx cancers; and as a probable cause of pancreatic cancer. of all cancer cases and . % of cancer deaths worldwide are attributable to consumption of alcohol (also known formally as ethanol).
Helmut K. Seitz, B. Kommerell. Alcohol abuse ranks among the most common and also the most severe environmental hazards to human health. Its significance is heightened by the possibility of prevention by elimination of the habit, however, rarely exerted. The incidence of deleterious effects on human health has relentlessly risen in the past years for a variety of factors. They include migration of populations and, particularly, increased urbanization
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Start by marking Alcohol Related Diseases in Gastroenterology as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Thus the greatest percentage rise in the United States has recently been in black women. Adolescents and young people drink more alcoholic beverages than ever, and growing alcohol abuse by pregnant women has let to an increase of the incidence of the fetal alcohol syndrome.
Alcohol abuse ranks among the most common and also the most severe environmental hazards to human health.
Автор: Helmut K. Seitz; B. Kommerell Название: Alcohol Related Diseases in. .
Описание: This book is the proceedings of the Falk Symposium No. 127 on & Diseases in Paediatric Gastroenterology' (IV International Falk Symposium on Paediatric Gastroenterology), held in Basel, Switzerland, on November 8-9, 2001.
Alcohol abuse ranks among the most common and also the most severe .
diseases of the esophagus and stomach. Together with other factors related to chronic alcohol consumption, these metabolism-related factors may increase tumor risk in chronic heavy drinkers. Dig Dis. 2005; 23: 204-213.