Advanced colorectal cancer patients who consume four or more cups of coffee a day are more likely to live longer than those who drink less, according to freshly-brewed research co-authored by a West Virginia University doctor. Richard Goldberg, professor emeritus and former director of the WVU Cancer Institute, was part of a team that linked increased coffee consumption to a decreased risk of cancer progression and death in 1,171 patients in the United States and Canada. As released in a paper published in JAMA Oncology on September 17, 2020.
We have worked to make available a number of options on the Health Sciences campus for work, study and eating spaces.
All faculty are invited to attend the WVU Health Sciences Center Faculty Development Program presentation "Scholarly Research in Simulation" Nov. 10 from noon to 1 p.m.
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