Baby Boomers 'less Aware' Of Cancer's Link To Diet Than Young Adults

New survey of UK adults commissioned by the World Cancer Research Fund International

Baby boomers are less knowledgeable than young adults about links between poor diet or alcohol and an increased risk of cancer, according to a survey.

The survey, commissioned by the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) and carried out by YouGov asked more than 2,000 adults in the UK whether they believed various habits and activities were linked to an increased risk of developing cancer.

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