IARC Monographs Volume 100E
Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages

Supplementary Web Tables, Section 1, Exposure Data, and Section 2, Cancer in Humans

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Table 1.2   Adult per capita consumption of alcoholic beverages, by country
Table 2.1   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer in the general populations
Table 2.2   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer in special populations
Table 2.3   Cohort studies on consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the oral cavity and pharynx
Table 2.4   Case-control study on consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the oral cavity and pharynx
Table 2.5   Cohort studies on consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer in special populations
Table 2.6   Pooled- and meta-analyses of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancers of the upper aerodigestive tract
Table 2.7   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the larynx
Table 2.8   Case-control study on consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the larynx
Table 2.9   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and oesophageal cancer
Table 2.10 Case-control studies on consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the oesophagus
Table 2.11 Cohort studies on the consumption of alcoholic beverage and upper-aerodigestive tract cancer combined
Table 2.12   Case-control study on consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancers of the upper aero-digestive tract combined
Table 2.13   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and risk of cancer of the colorectum, 2007–2009
Table 2.14   Pooled and meta-analyses of consumption of alcoholic beverages and risk of cancer of the colorectum, 2007–2009
Table 2.15   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages  and cancers of the colorectum in special populations, 2007–2009
Table 2.16   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the colorectum, 2007–2009
Table 2.17   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the liver 2007-2009
Table 2.18   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the liver
Table 2.19   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the liver in special populations
Table 2.20   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cholangiocarcinoma
Table 2.21  Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the stomach in general populations
Table 2.22   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the stomach in special populations
Table 2.23   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the stomach cancer in general populations
Table 2.24   Cohort and case–control studies of consumption of different types of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the stomach
Table 2.25   Pooled and meta-analyses of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the pancreas, 2007–2009
Table 2.26   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the pancreas, 2007–2009
Table 2.27   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the pancreas in special populations, 2007–2009
Table 2.28   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the pancreas, 2007–2009
Table 2.29   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung in the general population
Table 2.30   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung in special populations
Table 2.31   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung
Table 2.32   Meta- and pooled-analyses of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung
Table 2.33   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung among non-smokers
Table 2.34   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung stratified by smoking status
Table 2.35   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the lung by histological subtype
Table 2.36  Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast, 2007–2009
Table 2.37  Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast in special populations, 2007–2009
Table 2.38   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast, 2007-2009
Table 2.39   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and contralateral cancer of the female breast
Table 2.40   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and contralateral cancer of the female breast
Table 2.41   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast by receptor status (2007–2009)
Table 2.42   Case-control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast by receptor status, 2007–2009
Table 2.43   Meta-analyses of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast by receptor status, 2007–2009
Table 2.44   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast by tumour histology
Table 2.45   Case-control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the female breast by tumour histology
Table 2.46   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the male breast, 2007–2009
Table 2.47  Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the male breast in special populations, 2007–2009
Table 2.48   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the uterine cervix in special populations
Table 2.49   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the endometrium in the general population
Table 2.50   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the endometrium in special populations
Table 2.51   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the endometrium
Table 2.52   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the ovary in special populations (2007-2009)
Table 2.53  Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the ovary
Table 2.54   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the prostate in general populations
Table 2.55   Studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the prostate in special populations, 2007–2009
Table 2.56   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the prostate
Table 2.57 Meta-analyses of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the prostate
Table 2.58 Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the kidney, 2007-2009
Table 2.59   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the kidney
Table 2.60   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the urinary bladder in general populations
Table 2.61   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the urinary bladder in special populations
Table 2.62   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the urinary bladder
Table 2.63   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancers of the lymphatic and haematopoietic system in the general population
Table 2.64   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and lymphomas
Table 2.65   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and leukaemia
Table 2.66   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and multiple myeloma
Table 2.67   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages  and other female cancers
Table 2.68  Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and adult brain cancer (2007-2009)
Table 2.69   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages  and cancer of the thyroid
Table 2.70   Cohort studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages and cancer of the skin
Table 2.71   Case–control studies of consumption of alcoholic beverages  and malignant melanoma
Table 2.72   Case–control studies of parental consumption of alcoholic beverages and childhood hematopoietic cancer
Table 2.76   Studies of ALDH2, ADH1B and ADH1C genotype-associated risk for sites other than cancer of the upper aerodigestive tract
Table 2.77   Studies of CYP2E1 genotype-associated risk for cancer