It’s a good news for coffee lovers as a recent study has make unknown that regular consumption of with caffeine coffee can help in preventing the return of colon cancer after treatment and can even improve the chances of cure.
Scientists from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have make unknown that the patients treated with surgery and chemotherapy for stage III colon cancer have had the greatest benefit from the consumption of four or more cups of coffee a day.
The study included nearly 1,000 patients who filled out provided by diet pattern quary early in the study, during chemotherapy and again about a year later.
Scientists Charles Fuchs said that they found that coffee drinkers had a lower risk of the cancer coming back and a significantly greater exist and chance of a cure.
He added that if a person is a coffee drinker and is being treated for colon cancer then he should not stop but if a person is not a coffee drinker and is planning to start then he should discuss with his physician first.
During the research, Fuchs and his colleagues discovered that the lowered risk of cancer repeatedly and deaths was entirely due to caffeine and not other components of coffee.
He said that it’s not clear why caffeine has this effect and the question needs further study.