A pooled data analysis of the available evidence published in the online journal BMJ Open indicates that drinking several cups of coffee per day may be related to a reduced risk of getting prostate cancer.

According to the results, each extra daily cup of the brew was linked with a decrease in relative risk of almost 1%.

Prostate cancer is the second most prevalent kind of cancer in males and the sixth greatest cause of cancer mortality.
Almost three out of every four instances occur in the industrialized world, and new occurrences of the illness have increased dramatically in Asian nations such as Japan, Singapore, and China since the 1970s.

Although coffee intake has been associated to a reduced relative risk of liver, colon, and breast cancers, there is currently no convincing evidence regarding its possible involvement in prostate cancer risk reduction.

Source: BMJ

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