If you were worried, coffee helps prevent liver cancer

After comparing the results of five different studies, a health ministry panel has concluded regular consumption of coffee will “almost certainly” reduce the risk of liver cancer.

One study showed that people who drank coffee nearly every day had half as much risk of liver cancer as those who seldom drank coffee.

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  1. Pierce/Bear

    And apparently; 3 cups of Joe a day also cut the risk of colon cancer in half as well———plus, skin cancer cells hate ‘Mr Coffee’ too.

  2. I’m guessing this is a false correlation. Could it be that coffee drinkers don’t drink as much alcohol as non-coffee drinkers, and as such, are less likely to have liver cancer?

  3. Ok, here’s a better way to put it: Read Arizona Coffee and Reduce Your Risk For Cancer

  4. Since I started reading Arizona Coffee regularly, my cancer rate is down 100%. I love statistics.


  5. Haha, I think that’s awfully funny and I don’t know why.

  6. Austin

    I read an article that was similar that said that it does actually reduce the risk significantly. That one cup can reduce it by 20% and multiple cups continue to help out up to 50% decrease (or something astounding). The study I read was using people who drink alcohol regularly as a test group and comparing those who had one or more cups of coffee in a day to those that had none. Apparently it not only decrease you chance of liver disease, but also helps restore your liver.

    And it can help you fly, and gives you the ability to shift time simply with your mind.