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Three cups of coffee per day decreased by 50% the risk of liver cancer .

Three cups of coffee per day decreased by 50% the risk of liver cancer .

Three cups of coffee a day halved the risk of liver cancer , the researchers found the University of Milan.
Researchers conducted a meta -analysis of articles published 1996-2012, taking into account the 16 major studies and a total of 3153 cases.
Scientists have found that the coffee reduces the risk of hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common form of liver cancer , with about 50%.
Reduction of the likelihood of cancer researchers explain the effectiveness of the coffee in the prevention of diabetes and cirrhosis , as well as the beneficial influence of the beverage on the development of liver enzymes.
Scientists warn of a causal relationship between the consumption of the drink and a lower risk of malignancy .
Researchers note that primary liver cancer is largely prevented by vaccination against hepatitis B virus , hepatitis C prophylactic and reducing the consumption of alcohol .
These three steps , according to the expert , in order to reduce the incidence of liver cancer with more than 90%.

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