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    Largest prospective study on diet and cancer in history finds poultry consumption (less than a half of a chicken breast a day) is associated with a 72% increased risk of pancreatic cancer (http://1.usa.gov/11mfJqX). Even exposure to poultry increases our odds of pancreatic and liver cancer by 9 times.

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    Cancer-causing viruses in poultry may explain increased risks of death from liver and pancreatic cancers.

    Misti DawnSo much money have been spent to convince the population that chicken is healthy. People won't easily change their mind. Everyone thinks it bizarre when I tell them poultry is the last animal I would ever eat. Lucky for myself and the animals, I eat none.13 hours ago

    Jeff RansomArsenic is fed to chickens. http://tv.greenmedinfo.com/many-cancers-caused-ars… Years ago I was talking to one of the top chemist in the Country and he told me Arsenic is extremely toxic to the pancreas and he believes that is why so many people have diabetes now because if you damage the pancreas you become a diabetic.12 hours ago

    Mike TubbsIf I sing a nursery rhyme while buying the chicken, died that matter? What if I'm wearing a blue shirt? How many studies need to expose things before the apologists quit with excuses? You'd think it was about them personally13 hours ago

    Jay JohnsonThe last sentence of the abstract in the study you listed says, "The positive association of poultry consumption with pancreatic cancer might be a chance finding as it contradicts most previous findings."15 hours ago

    Jen Van WicklerDo you think this an inherent property of chicken itself, or that it has something to do with how they are raised/fed/processed?9 hours ago

    Craig EdelheitRead the last line people! It said this study is probably wrong because it contradicts all previous studies. SO, chicken is safe.12 hours ago

    Derek McDonaldGreat book!!! Just read it not too long ago.15 hours ago

    Jean-Pierre VilleneuveWtb science6 hours ago

    Andrea SulikoskyShona Davies-Stone14 hours ago

    Christina VandivierSo, it could be the handling of raw chicken that causes the increase? Does how the chicken is cooked come into play? Does how the chicken was raised make a difference?14 hours ago