Uncooked fish linked with liver cancer in Asia

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The link between eating uncooked fish and liver cancer in South East Asia

An age old preference for eating uncooked fish dishes like "koi-pla" puts people in SE Asia at risk of ingesting trematodes that can cause a type of liver cancer called cholangiocarcinoma (cancer of the bile ducts), say researchers in this week

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