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Abstract

Following the lifestyle recommendations for cancer prevention and Cancer of Unknown Primary Risk from the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research

Caroline Loaf*

The World Cancer analysis Fund (WCRF) and yank Institute for Cancer analysis (AICR) updated their cancer interference recommendations in 2018. Adherence to those recommendations has been related to lower cancer risk and mortality. However, adherence in regard to Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP) risk has not been studied. This study investigates whether or not adherence to the WCRF/ AICR recommendations is related to CUP risk. Data from the possible European country Cohort Study on diet and cancer was wont to live adherence to the recommendations in regard to CUP risk. The cohort includes one hundred twenty 852 participants (aged 55–69 years), UN agency completed a self-administered form on cancer risk factors at baseline. Adherence was investigated with reference to body fat, physical activity, plant foods, meat consumption and alcohol. Incident CUP cases were known through record linkage to Netherlands Cancer register and Dutch Pathology register. A follow-up of twenty.3 years resulted in 856 incident CUP cases and 3911 sub cohort members with complete info obtainable for casecohort analyses.

Keywords

Cancer analysis; peritoneal metastases; Hyperthermia

Published Date: 2022-12-30; Received Date: 2022-12-01