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Alcoholic beverage preference and diabetes incidence across Europe: the Consortium on Health and Ageing Network of Cohorts in Europe and the United States (CHANCES) project.Sluik, D; Jankovic, N; Hughes, M; O'Doherty, M G; Schöttker, B; Drygas, W; Rolandsson, O; Männistö, S; Ordóñez-Mena, J M; Ferrieres, J; Bamia, C; de Gaetano, G; Kiefte-De Jong, J C; Franco, O H; Sluijs, I; Spijkerman, A M W; Sans, S; Eriksson, S; Kromhout, D; Trichopoulou, A; Wilsgaard, T; Brenner, H; Kuulasmaa, K; Laatikainen, T; Söderberg, S; Iacoviello, L; Boffetta, P; Kee, F; Feskens, E J M (2017-05)It is unknown if wine, beer and spirit intake lead to a similar association with diabetes. We studied the association between alcoholic beverage preference and type 2 diabetes incidence in persons who reported to consume alcohol.
Impact of prediagnostic smoking and smoking cessation on colorectal cancer prognosis: a meta-analysis of individual patient data from cohorts within the CHANCES consortium.Ordóñez-Me, J M; Walter, V; Schöttker, B; Jenab, M; O'Doherty, M G; Kee, F; Bueno-de-Mesquita, B; Peeters, P H M; Stricker, B H; Ruiter, R; Hofman, A; Söderberg, S; Jousilahti, P; Kuulasmaa, K; Freedman, N D; Wilsgaard, T; Wolk, A; Nilsson, L M; Tjønneland, A; Quirós, J R; van Duijnhoven, F J B; Siersema, P D; Boffetta, P; Trichopoulou, A; Brenner, H (2017-12-13)Smoking has been associated with colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence and mortality in previous studies and might also be associated with prognosis after CRC diagnosis. However, current evidence on smoking in association with CRC prognosis is limited.