Obesity Strongly Linked to 11 Types of Cancer

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People who have obesity have a greater risk of developing and dying from several types of cancer including malignancies of the breast, ovary, kidney, pancreas, colon, rectum and bone marrow, a new research review confirms. The researchers rule out the possibility that it was due to chance. They found the strongest links were between obesity and malignancies of the digestive organs and for hormone-related tumors in women. Increases in BMI were tied to a higher risk of developing cancers in the esophagus, bone marrow, biliary tract system, pancreas and kidney. Upticks in BMI were also linked to greater odds of colon and rectal cancers in men as well as endometrial malignancies in younger women. The findings were published in the British Medical Journal.

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