SourceNew research from the University of Melbourne and the Cancer Council Victoria finds people who regularly drink sugary soft drinks are more at risk of cancer
By Dr Nerissa Hannink, University of Melbourne
Sugar, body weight and cancer have long been known to have an intricate and troubling relationship.
Health professionals have observed that as our body weight increases, so does the occurrence of many cancers like those in the liver, aggressive prostate, ovary and gallbladder.
Note that this is drinks with sugar in them not the sugar free range which although still uses sugar but those artificial sweaters that are 1/1000th of the amount they add in sugar drinks.