Last quote by Christopher Wild
The (coffee) report in 2016 was not a 'retraction' but a re-evaluation based on an additional 25 years of scientific evidence.
Oct 06 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Christopher Wild is associated, including meat and result. Most recently, Christopher Wild has been quoted saying: “These results suggest that drinking very hot beverages (over 65°C) is one probable cause of oesophageal cancer and that it is temperature, rather than the drinks themselves, that appears to be responsible.” in the article Very hot drinks 'probably cause cancer'. An other article where Christopher Wild has been quoted is Red and processed meat linked to cancers, WHO says.
Quotes by Christopher Wild
Jun 15 2016
These results suggest that drinking very hot beverages (over 65°C) is one probable cause of oesophageal cancer and that it is temperature, rather than the drinks themselves, that appears to be responsible.
Oct 26 2015
[These findings] further support current public health recommendations to limit intake of meat. At the same time, red meat has nutritional value. Therefore, these results are important in enabling governments and international regulatory agencies to conduct risk assessments, in order to balance the risks and benefits of eating red meat and processed meat and to provide the best possible dietary recommendations.
Oct 17 2013
Classifying outdoor air pollution as carcinogenic to humans is an important step. There are effective ways to reduce air pollution and, given the scale of the exposure affecting people worldwide, this report should send a strong signal to the international community to take action without further delay.
Jun 13 2012
It's for the decision makers to weigh that evidence in the balance against the exposure that's present in the population, the utility of diesel engines, the benefits of it, the alternative technologies, and also think about the way in which they balance that against the adverse health effects.
Jun 01 2011
What this working group has found is a possible risk of cancer in association with the use of mobile phones, or cell phones, and that was derived by looking at the whole data set of whether there is an association with cancer in humans, what are the animal experimental data and whether there are any plausible mechanisms.
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