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Going big

A new study led by the School of Medicine has found a link between consuming sugary drinks and an increased risk of colorectal cancer among women under 50. The findings could help explain the rising rates of colorectal cancer among younger adults.
Taking action in St. Louis

Taking action in St. Louis

A new study led by the School of Medicine has found a link between consuming sugary drinks and an increased risk of colorectal cancer among women under 50. The findings could help explain the rising rates of colorectal cancer among younger adults.
Changing how we see the brain

Changing how we see the brain

A new study led by the School of Medicine has found a link between consuming sugary drinks and an increased risk of colorectal cancer among women under 50. The findings could help explain the rising rates of colorectal cancer among younger adults.