Fluid intake and bladder cancer. A case control study.

19 May 2003Radosavljević V , Janković S , Marinković J , Djokić M

The findings suggest consumption of soda, coffee and spirits were indicated as a risk factors for bladder cancer, while mineral water, skim milk, yogurt and frequency of urination as protective factors for bladder cancer.

Case-control study
7 effects
130 subjects

Reported Outcomes

CausesOutcomeCertainty

Diet Soda Beverage risk & protective factor
Diet Soda
Beverage

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Strong increased risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
732.0%

 Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Beverage risk & protective factor

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Strong increased risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
732.0%

Alcohol Beverage risk & protective factor
Alcohol
Beverage

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Minor increase risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
15.0%

Yoghurt Nutrition risk & protective factor
Yoghurt
Nutrition

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Decreased risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
-66.0%

Cow milk (A1 β-casein) Beverage risk & protective factor

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Decreased risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
-68.0%

Urination Urinary outcome
Urination
Urinary system

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Decreased risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
-73.0%

Coffee (Caffeine) Beverage risk & protective factor

Bladder cancer Urinary outcome
Increased risk of Bladder cancer
Urinary system

Low evidence
46.0%