Daily coffee habit linked to lower risk of liver cancer
"Daily coffee habit linked to lower risk of liver cancer." I love coffee especially when the the good health effects continue to be reported over many years. Always check with your doctor for any contraindications
Compared with people who drank no more than six cups of coffee per week, those who drank one to three cups per day were 29% less likely to develop hepatocellular carcinoma, or HCC, which is the most common form of liver cancer. Serious coffee drinkers — those who downed four or more cups per day — were 42% less likely to be diagnosed with the disease.
And in case you were wondering, the study was not bankrolled by Starbucks. Funding came from the National Cancer Institute.
This one not HCV specific but you can find prior posts and some with links
BTW I like to use google to search Hepatitis C Community rather then just entering coffee in the search icon above
Prior discussions about coffee in this forum (you can also select a date range Tool option)
coffee "Hepatitis-C" site:medhelp.org
NOTE: don't click the medhelp auto embedded link above
just copy or select the links above - these are just an example
Select the entire google link h----------------to-----------------g
or copy coffee "Hepatitis-C" site:-----------org
go to the google search page and enter it
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