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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · May 23, 2024

Association of Tea and Coffee Consumption With the Risk of Biliary Tract Cancer

Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.)


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Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.)
Association of tea and coffee consumption and biliary tract cancer risk: The Biliary Tract Cancers Pooling Project
Hepatology 2024 Jun 01;79(6)1324-1336, YH Huang, E Loftfield, I Argirion, HO Adami, D Albanes, AT Chan, V Fedirko, GE Fraser, ND Freedman, GG Giles, P Hartge, V Katzke, SF Knutsen, J Lacey, LM Liao, J Luo, RL Milne, KM O'Brien, U Peters, JN Poynter, MP Purdue, K Robien, S Sandin, DP Sandler, VW Setiawan, JH Kang, TG Simon, R Sinha, T VoPham, SJ Weinstein, E White, X Zhang, B Zhu, KA McGlynn, PT Campbell, MH Lee, J Koshiol

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