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How do syrup-based drinks cause pancreatic cancer?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
The risk of developing pancreatic cancer is related in part to the amount of sugar in the diet. Studies show that people who drink fizzy or syrup-based drinks twice a day or more run a 90 percent higher risk of getting cancer of the pancreas than those who never drink them.
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