Diet and upper gastrointestinal malignancies.

  title={Diet and upper gastrointestinal malignancies.},
  author={Christian C Abnet and Douglas A. Corley and Neal D Freedman and Farin Kamangar},
  volume={148 6},
Diet is believed to modulate cancer risk and this relationship has been widely studied in the gastrointestinal tract. Observational epidemiologic studies have provided most of the evidence about the effects of diet on cancer risk because clinical trials to determine nutritional exposures are often impossible, impractical, or unaffordable. Although a few foods or nutrients are thought to protect against specific types of cancer, it seems clear that the strength and even direction of dietary… CONTINUE READING
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