Dr. Nigel Brockton

American Institute for Cancer Research

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Vice President of Research at the American Institute for Cancer Research.

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A new    analysis    in the Annals of Internal Medicine says red meat and processed meat might not be so bad for you after all, so no need to cut back.

Red flags about new study saying red meat isn't so bad

A new analysis in the Annals of Internal Medicine says red meat and processed meat might not be so bad for you after all, so no need to cut back.

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