Colorectal cancer rates rising in young people

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    There have been 8 peer-reviewed studies on colorectal cancer risk in vegetarians and vegans. Of these, only two studies are considered statistically significant. And, those two studies showed completely different results; the EPIC-Oxford Study (1993 - 2005) found that vegetarians had a 49% greater risk of colorectal cancer than the omnivorous persons in that study, but the Adventist Health Study (1976 - 1982) found that vegetarians had a 47% lower risk of colorectal cancer.

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