Coffee, tea and caffeine intake and the risk of non-melanoma skin cancer: a review of the literature and meta-analysis

@article{Caini2016CoffeeTA,
  title={Coffee, tea and caffeine intake and the risk of non-melanoma skin cancer: a review of the literature and meta-analysis},
  author={S. Caini and S. Cattaruzza and B. Bendinelli and G. Tosti and G. Masala and P. Gnagnarella and M. Assedi and I. Stanganelli and D. Palli and S. Gandini},
  journal={European Journal of Nutrition},
  year={2016},
  volume={56},
  pages={1-12}
}
AbstractPurposeLaboratory studies suggested that caffeine and other nutrients contained in coffee and tea may protect against non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC). However, epidemiological studies conducted so far have produced conflicting results.MethodsWe performed a literature review and meta-analysis of observational studies published until February 2016 that investigated the association between coffee and tea intake and NMSC risk. We calculated summary relative risk (SRR) and corresponding 95… Expand
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