There was inadequate evidence for coffee to be classified as either carcinogenic
or not carcinogenic
The group has, however, declared that on the basis of more than 1,000 studies, coffee is "unclassifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans," which represents a significant change from its 1991 findings that concluded coffee was "possibly carcinogenic
in his study found that use of green vegetables and fruits specially citrus fruits reduces the carcinogenic
Engine exhaust fumes, particularly diesel fumes, are defined by the American Cancer Society as carcinogenic
Processed meats such as hotdogs, ham, bacon, sausages, corned beef, beef jerky, meatloaf, luncheon meats, meat-based sauces, and even our local tocino, chorizo, and longganisa have undergone chemical transformations through curing, salting, fermentation, smoking, and the like, which produce carcinogenic
or cancer-causing chemicals.
The World Health Organization report said that based on limited evidence, "the consumption of red meat causes cancer in humans and strong mechanistic evidence supporting a carcinogenic
Since publishing the No Safe Limit report in 2013, which examined this evidence, Animal Aid has called for processed red meat products to carry health warnings and for children and hospital patients to be protected from their carcinogenic
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the WHO, said: "Processed meat was classified as carcinogenic
to humans, based on sufficient evidence in humans that the consumption of processed meat causes colorectal cancer."
A: No, the WHO has classified it as "carcinogenic
December 5, 2014 (KHARTOUM) -- The Sudanese Standards and Metrology Organization (SSMO) has warned parents of students and school principals in South Darfur state against purchase of candies containing carcinogenic
| Covering meat in an antioxidant-rich marinade before grilling can reduce the potentially carcinogenic
properties of even well-done meats.
Washington, Jan 24 ( ANI ): The FDA is reportedly planning to assess data on possible presence of chemical 4-MeI, a carcinogenic
byproduct, produced at the time of manufacturing of caramel colored soda, after a Consumer Reports test indicated higher levels of carcinogen in sodas selling across the U.S.