Researchers suggest that those who drink more liquids, more than 2.5 liters of low sugar fluids each day, are less likely to develop bladder cancer.
This is thought because the cancer-causing agents may be flushed from the system before any harm is caused. In the study, a doctoral candidate at Brown University looked into the fluid intake of nearly 48,000 men for an extended period of time.
The men were in the age group of 40 to 75 and their fluid intake was recorded every four years beginning in 1986. It was found that the men that drank more than 10 cups of liquid each day had a 24 percent reduced risk of developing bladder cancer. Researchers from the study have said that the doctors should tell patients to drink multiple glasses of low sugar beverages.
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