Dairy products and the risk of developing prostate cancer: A large‐scale cohort study (JACC Study) in Japan

  title={Dairy products and the risk of developing prostate cancer: A large‐scale cohort study (JACC Study) in Japan},
  author={Kazuya Mikami and Kotaro Ozasa and Tsuneharu Miki and Yoshiyuki Watanabe and Mitsuru Mori and Tatsuhiko Kubo and Koji Suzuki and Kenji Wakai and Masahiro Nakao and Akiko Tamakoshi},
  journal={Cancer Medicine},
  pages={7298 - 7307}
Dairy products have been indicated as a risk factor for prostate cancer. However, only a few epidemiological studies have reported dairy products as being a risk factor for prostate cancer in Japan, reporting contradictory results. We therefore investigated the association between the intake of dairy products and the occurrence of prostate cancer through a large‐scale cohort study. The Japan Collaborative Cohort study analyzed approximately 110,000 residents from various Japanese districts who… 

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