Analysis: Regular fish intake lowers risk of colon, rectal cancer

A report in the American Journal of Medicine found that people who regularly ate fish had a 12% lower risk of colon or rectal cancer. The analysis of 41 studies showed that people consuming the highest levels of fish had a 21% lower risk of rectal cancer compared with those who ate the least, and a 4% lower likelihood of colon cancer. Reuters (5/10)

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