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Publication. Cho, E., et al., Alcohol Intake and Colorectal Cancer: A Pooled Analysis of 8 Cohort Studies. Annals of Internal Medicine, 2004; 140: 603-613. Cohort Studies in the Pooled Analysis of Alcohol and Colorectal Cancer. Sweden Mammography Cohort.

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Cho, E., et al., Alcohol Intake and Colorectal Cancer: A Pooled Analysis of 8 Cohort Studies. Annals of Internal Medicine, 2004; 140: 603-613.


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Cohort Studies in the Pooled Analysis of Alcohol and Colorectal Cancer

Sweden Mammography Cohort

Canadian National Breast Screening Study

Netherlands

Cohort Study

Nurses’ Health Study

Health Professionals Follow-up Study

New York

State Cohort

Alpha-Tocopherol Beta-Carotene Cancer Prevention Study

Total = 489,979 # of cases = 4,687

Iowa Women’s Health Study

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Cohort studies in the pooled analysis of alcohol and colorectal cancer

Cohort Studies in the Pooled Analysis of Alcohol and Colorectal Cancer

Study Total # of cohort cases

ATBC 26,987 184

Canadian National Breast 56,837 284 Screening Study

Health Professionals 47,673 408 Follow-up Study

Iowa Women’s Health Study 34,603 796

Netherlands Cohort Study 120,852 1126

New York State Cohort 52,913 789

Nurses’ Health Study (a) 88,651 220

Nurses’ Health Study (b) 68,540 420

Sweden Mammography Cohort 61,463 460

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Total alcohol intake

Total Alcohol Intake

Study % Drinkers Mean* (SD) (g/d) ATBC 8920.3 (21.8) Canadian National 7710.9 (14.5) Health Professionals 7614.8 (16.1) Iowa Women’s 458.7 (12.3) Netherlands Study (W)688.5 (10.6) Netherlands Study (M) 8517.3 (16.7) New York State Cohort (W) 786.0 (9.4) New York State Cohort (M) 8912.1 (17.1) Nurses’ Health Study (a)689.4 (11.6) Nurses’ Health Study (b)649.6 (12.1) Sweden Mammography Cohort673.5 (3.5) *Among drinkers only

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Alcohol and colorectal cancer

Alcohol and Colorectal Cancer

Intake No. of Multivariate RR (g/d)cases(95% CI)

01,466 1.00 (ref)

>0-<51,475 0.94 (0.86-1.03)

5-<15 849 0.97 (0.88-1.06)

15-<30 485 1.01 (0.86-1.18)

30-<45 244 1.16 (0.99-1.36)

>45 168 1.41 (1.16-1.72)

P for trend <0.001

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Study specific relative risks for colorectal cancer for alcohol intake 30 vs 0g d

Study-Specific Relative Risks for Colorectal Cancer for Alcohol Intake > 30 vs. 0g/d

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Alcohol intake and colorectal cancer by tumor site

Alcohol Intake and Colorectal Cancer by Tumor Site

RR (95% CI) Intake (g/d) Colon Rectum

01.001.00

>0 - <50.921.01

5 - <150.940.99

15 - <301.011.05

30 - <451.081.42

>451.451.49 (1.14-1.83) (1.04-2.12)

P for trend <0.001 0.006

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Alcoholic beverages and colorectal cancer

Alcoholic Beverages and Colorectal Cancer

Intake BeerWineLiquor (g/d)

01.001.00 1.00

>0-<301.010.97 0.98

>301.371.82 1.21 (1.00-1.87) (1.28-2.59) (0.99-1.47)

P for trend0.2 0.001 0.1

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Alcoholic beverages and colorectal cancer by tumor site

Alcoholic Beverages and Colorectal Cancer by Tumor Site

Alcoholic Tumor RR (95% CI) beverage site(>15 vs. 0 g/d)

Beer Colon1.38 (1.05-1.82)

Rectum1.59 (1.12-2.25)

Wine Colon1.33 (1.00-1.77)

Rectum1.55 (1.11-2.17)

Liquor Colon1.06 (0.86-1.30)

Rectum1.10 (0.85-1.41)

For each beverage, the differences by tumor site were not statistically significant.

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Alcohol and colorectal cancer by body mass index

Alcohol and Colorectal Cancer by Body Mass Index

*

Relative Risk

P for interaction=0.03

0 >0- <5 5-<15 15-<30 >30

*P<0.05

Alcohol (g/d)

BMI <22

22-<25

25+ kg/m2

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Alcohol and colorectal cancer by multivitamin use

Alcohol and Colorectal Cancer by Multivitamin Use

*

Relative Risk

P for interaction >0.2

0 >0-<5 5-<15 15-<30 >30

Alcohol (g/d)

*P<0.05

Users

Nonusers

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