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Relation between some external factors especially nutritional factors, and incidence of colorectal cancer in Eastern Bohemia


Ceskoslovenska Gastroenterologie a Vyziva 47(6): 291-295
Relation between some external factors especially nutritional factors, and incidence of colorectal cancer in Eastern Bohemia
Food and smoking habits and alcohol consumption were studied by questionnaire in 524 patients with colorectal cancer and in 522 randomly selected controls, mean age 69.2 and 69.0 years, respectively. Cancer patients showed a significantly greater preference for lard, butter and fatty meat than controls. Controls showed a preference for lean meat and oil.


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