Rutgers Study Shows Caffeine May Reduce Skin Cancer RiskDr. Allan Conney has been studying the link between caffeine and skin cancer for 10 years. He says drinking coffee or making a topical cream out of caffeine can kill cells that have been badly damaged by ultraviolet light.

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