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Study: More coffee linked to better survival of colon cancer patients – Insider – INSIDER

A study found colon cancer patients who drank four of more cups of coffee a day had better survival rates and less chance of cancer worsening.

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For people diagnosed with colon cancer, a cup of coffee might offer some unexpected benefits. 
Drinking more coffee, up to four cups a day, was linked to better outcomes in colon cancer patients, according to a study published September 17 in JAMA Oncology. 
Researchers from multiple medical institutions, including the Mayo Clinic and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, looked at 1,171 colon cancer patients in an observational study as part of a clinical trial.
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