Coffee cuts the risk of live cancer due to regular consumption of alcohol, according to findings of a new study conducted by London-based World Cancer Research Fund. Liver cancer is common among people with high consumption of alcohol on a regular basis. The report published by the World Cancer Research Fund has evaluated data from 34 medical studies conducted on alcohol use and liver cancer.
According to the report, three drinks a day or 45 ml of alcohol could significantly increase the risk of liver cancer. Liver cancer causes nearly 746,000 deaths across the world each year.