Daily glass of wine raises cancer risk
Government drinking limits may leave women at risk of cancer
New research into the effects of drinking on women’s cancer risk throws the government safe drinking limit into confusion.
Government guidelinessay that women can safely drink up to three units ofalcohola day, but the latest research fromOxford Universityseems to show that this amount would raise their risk of developingbreast,liverorrectal cancerby a quarter.
The survey of more than a million middle-aged women found that if a woman smokes as well as drinking her three units ofalcoholher likelihood of developing anycancergoes up by an eighth and her risk for oral and throat cancers goes up by a quarter.
The study was funded byCancer Research UKand published in theJournal of the National Cancer Institute.
Cancer Research UKspokesman Sara Hiom said: ‘We know that too much alcohol increases the risk of a number of cancers. This latest study shows that even relatively low levels of drinking increase a woman’s risk.
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