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Gum disease associated with higher gastrointestinal cancer risk
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Gum disease associated with higher gastrointestinal cancer risk

Published: July 31, 2020  |  1 min read, 191 words
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MenuNews> > > > Gum disease associated with higher gastrointestinal cancer riskPeople with a history of gum disease have a 52% greater risk of stomach cancer and a 43% greater risk of throat compared to people without gum disease, according to a new led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Having lost two or more teeth also increased risk for these cancers.The study was published online in the journal Gut on July 20, 2020.“Participants with periodontal disease and a higher number of teeth lost had a higher risk of developing the two gastrointestinal cancers, even... READ MORE
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