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Colorectal Cancer 2011 Report. Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Prevention of Colorectal Cancer


World Cancer Research Fund. — USA, 2011. — 43 p.World Cancer Research Fund global networkOur visionThe World Cancer Research Fund …



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World Cancer Research Fund. — USA, 2011. — 43 p.World Cancer Research Fund global networkOur visionThe World Cancer Research Fund global network helps people make choicesthat reduce their chances of developing cancerOur heritageWe were the first cancer charity:To create awareness of the relationship between diet and cancer riskTo focus funding on research into diet and cancer preventionTo consolidate and interpret global research to create apractical message on cancer preventionOur missionToday the World Cancer Research Fund global network continues:Funding research on the relationship of nutrition, physical activity andweight management to cancer riskInterpreting the accumulated scientific literature in the fieldEducating people about choices they can make to reduce their chancesof developing cancerThe WCRF global networkThe World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) global network comprises WCRFInternational, which operates as the umbrella association for the globalnetwork’s four charitable organisations: The American Institute for CancerResearch (AICR); World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF UK); World CancerResearch Fund Netherlands (WCRF NL); World Cancer Research Fund Hong Kong (WCRF HK)This report provides an updated version of section 7.9 Colon and rectum from the Second ExpertReport: Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity and the Prevention of Cancer: a Global PerspectiveThis section has been updated based upon Panel discussions between November 2010 and January 2011 on the 2010 Continuous Update Project Colorectal Cancer Report, prepared by theresearch team at Imperial College London, UK (see acknowledgements). The Report included research papers published until December 2009 for all exposures except for fruits, vegetables, red and processed meat, vitamin D, alcohol and height papers published until May/June 2010 were included. For further details please see the full 2010 Continuous Update Project Colorectal Cancer SLR and the Second Expert Report [www.dietandcancerreport.org/er]New information in this reportUpdated with recent incidence, mortality and survival dataUpdated section on other specific causesNo updateA new section briefly describing the methodology of the Continuous Update ProjectEvidence has been updated based on the 2010 Continuous Update ProjectColorectal Cancer SLR and considered by the Continuous Update Project Panel.A comparison with the Second Expert ReportUpdated summary of conclusions

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