Wednesday 04/14/2021 (jkzx.com) — A Chinese study released in 2003 reveals some risk factors for esophageal cancer Linzhou City of Henan province in China.
The study found:
1) High income, more residential space and higher education was associated with a 46%, 64% and 70% reduced risk for esophageal cancer, respectively.
Interesting to note is the degree of education plays a significant role in the risk of this cancer. The effect of education on the cancer risk is also observed in many other studies.
2) Using drinking water from another source other than the public tap water system was linked to 550% increased risk for esophageal cancer, suggesting that other water sources may be contaminated?
3) As observed in many other studies, high intake of vegetables and beans was associated with significantly reduced risk for esophageal cancer.
4) One shocking revelation: Vinegar consumption was linked to significantly reduced risk for esophgeal cancer. This is not a commonly known secret. Previous observational studies and lab studies suggest that vinegar or its main component acetic acid may be used to treat cancers!
This is a case-control study involving 211 cases and 633 controls aged 30 to 75 years who resided in Linzhou City of Henan, China. Participants were interviewed between Jan 1998 and April, 1999. The study was published in Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention.
2002年4月14日，星期三（jkzx.com）— 2003年發布的一項中國研究表明，中國河南省林州市的一些食道癌危險因素。 研究發現：