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NEW YORK– Men who consume six or more cups every day are nearly 20 percent less likely to develop any form of prostate cancer, according to a report in the May 17 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

The risk was cut regardless of whether the men drank decaffeinated or regular coffee, the researchers reported. Scientists said other research has indicated that coffee may affect certain hormones that play a role in the disease.


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