Large USC study identifies genetic markers that may help explain link between red meat and colorectal cancer

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A study led by USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the Keck School of Medicine of USC, analyzed data on red and processed meat intake from 29,842 people with colorectal cancer and 39,635 people without cancer. 

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