Why is alcohol cancer's best-kept secret?
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Community awareness and acceptance of the causal relationship between alcohol use and cancer is generally low, and may also be suboptimal among physicians. Personal alcohol use among physicians and health professionals may be contributing to high levels of uncertainty and denial in the general population that alcohol causes cancer.
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