Summarises the wealth of evidence on how diet, nutrition and physical activity can influence the biological processes that underpin the development and progression of cancer.
Outlines the rationale and methodology of the CUP, describing the rigorous scientific processes involved in gathering, presenting, assessing and judging evidence
Collating evidence and judgements by exposure.
Each of the 10 exposure sections covers definitions and background information, issues relating to interpretation of the evidence, the evidence itself (from epidemiological studies featured in CUP systematic literature reviews and from research into biological mechanisms) and judgements on the evidence.
CUP cancer reports and systematic literature reviews (SLRs).
Collating evidence and judgements by cancer.
CUP cancer reports, which summarise the CUP systematic literature reviews, focus on a particular cancer site, covering trends in incidence and survival, pathogenesis, other established causes, methodology, issues relating to interpretation of the evidence, the evidence itself (from epidemiological studies featured in CUP systematic literature reviews and from research into biological mechanisms) and judgements on the evidence
Diet, nutrition, physical activity and:
Diet, nutrition and physical activity: Energy balance and body fatness
Presents information, evidence and judgements on exposures that increase or decrease the risk of weight gain, overweight and obesity.
Presents information on current knowledge of the importance of diet, nutrition and physical activity for cancer survivors, with a particular emphasis on breast cancer. Also includes current advice and research priorities
Presents the latest Cancer Prevention Recommendations, with information on the reasons behind each Recommendation. Also includes other findings of the CUP relating to regional and special circumstances, as well as public health and policy implications, along with a new policy framework
Important shifts in emphasis since the 2007 Second Expert Report
Outlines areas where further research is needed
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