Researchers find direct cellular link between colon cancer and red meat consumption.A study by Dr. Marios Giannakis, of Harvard Medical School in the United States, and colleagues, that was recently published in the Cancer Discovery journal, found a direct cellular link between colon cancer and eating processed as well as unprocessed red meat. The research showed that red meat causes genetic mutations and DNA damage in colon cells.
It also stated that colorectal cancer patients, who had the highest levels of red meat-induced cell damage within their tumors, had a 47 percent greater chance of death from the condition versus patients with a lesser amount of cellular damage.
Our appreciation, Dr. Marios Giannakis and colleagues, for your life-saving study demonstrating the direct link between red meat consumption and colorectal cancer. In the loving wisdom of the Divine, may all physicians read your paper and advise their patients to eliminate meat from their diets to help ensure a lifetime of good health and happiness.