A recently-released study used alcohol-attributable data – based on combining average alcohol intake from diverse European populations – to judge the effects of moderate alcohol consumption on the risk of cancer for all populations. The investigators concluded that the risk of a number of types of cancer are increased even among subjects reporting no more than 20 grams of alcohol per day (up to about two typical drinks) – an amount they state to be within recommended levels of consumption (but exceed most countries low risk guidelines).

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