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Alcohol use linked to multiple cancer risk



According to experts, more than a third of people worldwide may suffer from some form of cancer. At the same time, malignant cells-culprits under normal conditions do not pose a danger. But as soon as a person begins to abuse alcohol, the substance turns into a carcinogen – acetaldehyde.

In turn, the new substance increases the level of estrogen with insulin – it is they that promote cell division and, in general, accelerates their uncontrolled division. However, alcoholic beverages cause cell changes in the mouth and throat, which ultimately increase the likelihood of absorbing harmful chemicals.

According to scientists, drinking more than 3.5 servings of alcohol per day increases the risk of developing certain types of cancer by 2-3 times.

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