Section last updated: October 13, 2020
Prostate Cancer & Alcohol
Alcohol consumption and the risk of prostate cancer (Aug 2020)
Consumption of red wine may lower the risk of lethal prostate cancer (May 2019)
The impact of moderate wine consumption on the risk of developing prostate cancer (May 2018)
Total and beverage-specific alcohol intake and the risk of aggressive prostate cancer (May 2017)
The association of alcohol consumption with the risk of prostate cancer (Sept 2016)
Alcohol intake, drinking patterns, and prostate cancer risk and mortality - light to moderate drinkers have best prognosis (Jul 2016)
Fibre intake may modify the association of alcohol consumption with certain hormone-dependent cancers (Jul 2015)

Compound in grapes, red wine could be key to fighting prostate cancer (Jan 2013)

Hops compound may prevent prostate cancer
Heavy drinking may be linked to aggressive prostate cancer
Red wine may reduce risk of prostate cancer
Alcohol and prostate cancer risk
Beer ingredient may fight prostate cancer
Red wine cuts risk for aggressive prostate cancer
Red Wine May Prevent Prostate Cancer
Alcohol not implicated in prostate cancer risk
Red wine may keep prostate cancer cells in check
Relative Risks Of Alcohol Consumption And Prostate Cancer
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