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A spokesperson said the International Agency for Research on Cancer report that listed processed meats as group one carcinogens only confirmed findings from 2002
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The list affects everything from workplace safety to dietary guidelines and pollution controls around the world
World Health Organisation places bacon and ham in the same category as cigarette smoke and formaldehyde
There are sufficient grounds to describe red meat as “probably carcinogenic to humans”
Support from loved ones and prevention treatments can help patients deal with an often unpredictable, stressful and upsetting experience
Red meats were 'probably carcinogenic'
The new strain is said to contain fifty times the amount of anti-oxidants as a bottle of red wine
The World Health Organisation is expected to declare that bacon, ham and sausages are as big a cancer threat as cigarettes