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Video: Does eating red meat increase cancer risk? Here’s what’s wrong with a recent study.

The old chestnut that eating red meat leads to cancer is back. A [recent] study claimed that eating red meat increased cancer risks by up to 28 percent! That sounds scary, but this study has a lot of problems.

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