The science behind cancer warnings on coffee is murky at best

Experts say there is ‘no firm evidence’ that drinking coffee comes with a carcinogenic risk

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COFFEE BREAK  Drinking coffee has a number of health benefits that may outweigh its uncertain cancer risks, studies have shown.

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