May 2004 Issue
High Insulin Levels Increase Risk For Colorectal Cancer
In a study just published, men with elevated blood levels of C-peptide, a hormone that reflects insulin levels in the body, had significantly increased risk of colorectal cancer, the second most deadly type of cancer.
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