Briefing: Extent of processed meat cancer risk is exaggerated
There is no comparison between smoking and eating processed meat
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the anti-cancer arm of the United Nations World Health Organisation, stated last week that processed meats (eg sausages, hot dogs, salami etc) are carcinogenic (ie cancer causing), and that in fact all red meat might be carcinogenic. This important report has been widely misinterpreted.
What IARC said last week was not that they had discovered that processed meat causes cancer. No, they stated that they believed that...
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