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Does the diet affect the risk of kidney cancer?
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Dr. Terence Chapman
Urology - Oncology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Unknown
There are theories that high protein diets are associated with kidney cancer, and that obesity may be a risk factor. There is little, if any, direct evidence linking diet to kidney cancer.

In brief: Unknown
There are theories that high protein diets are associated with kidney cancer, and that obesity may be a risk factor. There is little, if any, direct evidence linking diet to kidney cancer.
Dr. Terence Chapman
Dr. Terence Chapman
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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Possibly
Over the past dozen years, there have been studies coming out of central europe, eastern europe and russia that have found an association between ingestion of preserved vegetables, milk products, and red meats.
Fresh vegetables seem to be protective against the risk or kidney cancer. Since the study groupsr from a particular area, genetic or other environmental factors may be at play.

In brief: Possibly
Over the past dozen years, there have been studies coming out of central europe, eastern europe and russia that have found an association between ingestion of preserved vegetables, milk products, and red meats.
Fresh vegetables seem to be protective against the risk or kidney cancer. Since the study groupsr from a particular area, genetic or other environmental factors may be at play.
Dr. Peter Kurzweil
Dr. Peter Kurzweil
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