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Avoiding coffee, tea unlikely to reduce risk for Barrett’s esophagus

Data regarding associations between coffee, tea, and [esophageal adenocarcinoma] risk have been mixed,” the researchers wrote. “No studies have examined the association with BE. Hence, we examined the associations between caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea consumption and risk of BE. We hypothesized that consumption increased BE risk.”

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