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Researchers Find a Concerning Link Between Obesity and Liver Cancer

A recent study outlined a worrisome link between obesity, diabetes, and liver cancer. In Cancer Research, a journal from the American Association for Cancer Research, a research team announced that a high body mass index, larger waist circumference, and diabetes can all increase the risk for liver cancer. The researchers looked at 14 different studies - amounting to over one million participants - and noticed that liver cancer diagnoses increased as participants' respective body mass indexes increased.
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