Q&A With Helmut Seitz From University of Heidelberg: Effects of Alcoholic Metabolism and Cancer Risks


Researchers and Europe recently announced the results of a study looking at whether there is a connection between heavy alcohol consumption and the development of certain forms of cancer.

Helmut Seitz, MD, Heidelberg University discusses the correlation between chronic alcohol consumption and potential risks for cancers.

Seitz was one of the speakers during the European Assocation for the Study of Liver's 50th Annual International Liver Conference in Vienna.

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