Juan Luis Cabanillas

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Incidence of colorectal cancer has steadily increased in both the sexes and across all age groups during the last decades in Spain, in contrast with other countries where incidence decreased during this period. This increase is more marked among men, probably due to a high exposure to risk factors such as smoking, heavy drinking, overweight and diabetes.(More)
OBJECTIVES Analysis of the evolution of colorectal cancer in Spain during the period 1951-2007 and its relationship with diet. MATERIAL AND METHODS Calculation of incidence rates, standardized mortality and years of potential life lost (world population) and per capita consumption of different foods. RESULTS Red and processed meats, poultry, fish and(More)
OBJECTIVES To analyze trends in colorectal cancer in Spain from 1951-2007, and their relationship with alcohol and cigarette consumption. MATERIAL AND METHODS We performed a correlation analysis between incidence, mortality and potential years of life lost rates, the mean age at death, and per capita consumption of alcohol and cigarettes with a time span(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES alcohol use disorders are associated with a greater incidence of certain comorbidities in patients with celiac disease. Currently there is no available information about the impact that these disorders may have on length of hospital stays, overexpenditures during hospital stays, and excess mortality in these patients. METHODS a(More)
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