Coffee consumption and bladder cancer risk.

  title={Coffee consumption and bladder cancer risk.},
  author={Barbara D'Avanzo and Carlo La La Vecchia and Silvia Franceschi and Eva Negri and Renato Talamini and I. Buttino},
  journal={European journal of cancer},
  volume={28A 8-9},
The relation between consumption of regular and decaffeinated coffee and other methylxanthine-containing beverages and bladder cancer was analysed in a case-control study in two different areas of northern Italy (555 cases and 855 controls). The multivariate relative risk (RR) adjusted for smoking, occupation and sociodemographic variables for coffee drinkers versus non-drinkers was 1.3 (95% CI 1.0-1.8). The RR was 1.2 for one cup of coffee per day, 1.4 for two, 1.5 for three and 1.4 for four… CONTINUE READING

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