Alcohol Consumption-Related Metabolites in Relation to Colorectal Cancer and Adenoma: Two Case-Control Studies Using Serum Biomarkers.

@article{Troche2016AlcoholCM,
  title={Alcohol Consumption-Related Metabolites in Relation to Colorectal Cancer and Adenoma: Two Case-Control Studies Using Serum Biomarkers.},
  author={Jose Ramon Troche and Susan Taylor Mayne and Neal D Freedman and Fatma M. Shebl and Kristin A. Guertin and Amanda J. Cross and Christian C Abnet},
  journal={PloS one},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={e0150962}
}
Alcohol is a known carcinogen that may be associated with colorectal cancer. However, most epidemiologic studies assess alcoholic beverage consumption using self-reported data, leading to potential exposure misclassification. Biomarkers of alcohol consumption may provide an alternative, complementary approach that reduces misclassification and incorporates… CONTINUE READING