Published in Cancer Weekly, August 9th, 2005
"A lowering of colorectal cancer risk for the birth cohorts born around World War II (WWII) has previously been observed in Norway, a country which suffered some 20% caloric restriction during the war," scientists writing in the journal Cancer Causes & Control reported.
"The purpose of the study was to conduct a similar kind of analysis in the other Nordic countries and Estonia, which were also subjected to various degrees of energy restriction during WWII. All new cases of colorectal cancer in the Nordic countries and Estonia diagnosed between 40...
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