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Study links sugary drink consumption to increased cancer risk

The study was published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) on July 11, which cautions that research in the area is still limited.

The researchers say that their findings add to a growing body of evidence indicating that limiting sugary drink consumption, together with taxation and marketing restrictions, might contribute to a reduction in cancer cases.

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