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AME旗下杂志刊文:多喝含糖饮料会患癌?引起多家美媒关注

Published at: 2015年第1卷第S1期

何朝秀
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炙热的夏天刚过,可能很多人都还记得,买瓶冰凉的甜饮料来喝,那冰爽!可是,有没有人考虑过其中隐藏着的健康问题?

上周,美国新奥尔良的电视新闻 Fox 8 News 以及路易斯安那州立大学新闻(LSU Health News)先后报道了一篇最新研究“Sugar intake from sugar-sweetened beverage among cancer and non-cancer individuals: the NHANES study”。该研究即将发表在 AME 旗下 Translational Cancer Research 杂志10月刊中(为特刊,主题“Social Behavioral and Genetic Risk Factors for Cancer”)。

图1,路易斯安那州立大学新闻(LSU Health News):http://www.lsuhsc.edu/newsroom/Cancer%20&%20Sugar-Sweetened%20Beverages.html

图2, FOX8 News:http://www.fox8live.com/story/33320933/lsu-study-finds-links-between-cancer-and-sugary-drinks

作为本文的第一作者以及通讯作者,美国路易斯安那州立大学(Louisiana State University,LSU)的 Tung-Sung Tseng 教授率领其团队通过对 22,182 位20岁以上成人的数据分析研究得出,癌症和含糖饮料之间的一个重要关联因素是年龄。年轻、男性、受教育程度较低者、低收入者、肥胖者、吸烟者往往从含糖饮料(sugar-sweetened beverage, SSB)中摄入更高的糖量。因而建议,减少含糖饮料干预计划(Intervention programs to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage or added sugar consumption )应该首要集中在社会经济地位较低的年轻男性以及宫颈癌症患者中。定制的干预计划应该在社区和医疗保健系统对非癌症个体和癌症患者实施。

 

对于这一项研究,南京医科大学第一附属医院/江苏省人民医院医院感染管理办公室主治医师陈文森老师进行了如下点评:

“糖摄入在肿瘤和非肿瘤病人中的分布研究较少。在 CDC 支持下,完成这篇大样本量流行病学调查,建立 logistic 模型,探讨含糖饮料(sugar-sweetened beverage, SSB)与肿瘤状态关系。其实,饮食与肿瘤的关联一直是流行病学难点。首先,糖摄入,作为一种行为,高和低都相对,并且习惯会改变,也许肿瘤发病前高摄入,治疗后自我改习惯为低摄入。样本人群代表性,和应答率,选择参与者能否代表整个人群。这里选择的都是非在院肿瘤患者(存活与非存活),依从性要好很多。再次,对于混杂的控制。可以在表1,2也能看到。除了 logistic 模型,匹配是很重要的控制混杂方式,可以考虑 PSM 的方式。

那么对此研究,您有何看法呢?欢迎评论!点击链接查看原文。http://tcr.amegroups.com/article/view/9589

 

Tung-Sung Tseng 是美国路易斯安那州立大学公共卫生学院副教授, 同时也是 Translational Cancer Research 杂志的客座编辑(Guest Editor)。由Tung-Sung Tseng教授组织的这期 TCR特刊“Social Behavioral and Genetic Risk factors for Cancer”(Vol 5, Suppl 5—Oct, 2016),不仅收录了这篇备受关注的研究“Sugar intake from sugar-sweetened beverage among cancer and non-cancer individuals: the NHANES study”,同时也倾注了 Tung-Sung Tseng 教授以及众多研究者的心血,共收录了7篇国际原创论述(Original Article), 2篇评论(Editorial), 以及 Review Article,  Brief Report 等类型文章。

 

以下为本期特刊目录,先睹为快!

Focused Issue: Social Behavioral and Genetic Risk Factors for Cancer

Guest Editor: Tung-Sung Tseng

 

Preface

  • Impact of social behavioral and genomic sciences on translational cancer research

Author: Tung-Sung Tseng

 

Editorial

  • Addressing Behavioral Risk Factors in Translational Cancer Research

Authors: Sarah Moody-Thomas, Charles L. Brown, Jr.

 

  • An Ounce of Prevention

Author: Donna L. Williams

 

Review Article

  • Tanning Bed Use, Risk of Melanoma and Opportunity for Prevention with Sulforaphane

Authors: L. Joseph Su, Shelbie Stahr, Susan A. Kadlubar, Tung-Chin Chiang, Henry K. Wong

 

Original Article

  • Coexpression and eQTL Analyses of the Angiogenesis Gene-Gene Interaction Network in Prostate

Authors: Hui-Yi Lin, Chia-Ho Cheng, Dung-Tsa Chen, Y. Ann Chen, Jong Y. Park

 

  • How Are Lung Cancer Risk Perceptions and Cigarette Smoking Related? Testing an Accuracy Hypothesis 

Authors: Lei-Shih Chen, Kimberly A. Kaphingst, Tung-Sung Tseng, Shixi Zhao

 

  • Effectiveness of Group Behavioral Counseling on Long-term Quit Rates in Primary Health Care

Authors: Michael D. Celestin, Jr., Tung-Sung Tseng, Sarah Moody-Thomas, Yong Yi, Krysten Jones Winn, Claire Hayes, Danelle Guillory

 

  • Racial/Ethnic Disparities, Body Weight, and Psychosocial Antecedents that Predict Women’s Failure to Meet Pap Test Screening National Recommendations

Authors: Rachel Mahas, Jiunn-Jye Sheu, Shipra Singh, Timothy Jordan, Andrew Geers

 

  • The accuracy and validity of HPV testing through self-collection with  tampons for cervical cancer screening

Authors: Donna L. Williams, Michael Hagensee, Ruijuan Gao, Danny Barnhill, Elizabeth T.H. Fontham

 

  • Does caffeine intake and coffee consumption associate with endometrial cancer among postmenopausal women in America using NHANES 2003-2012?

Authors: Xin Yuan, Tung-Sung Tseng, Lu Zhang, Qingzhao Yu

 

  • Sugar intake from Sugar-Sweetened Beverage among Cancer and Non-Cancer Individuals: The NHANES study

Authors: Tung-Sung Tseng, Hui-Yi Lin, Lauren Griffiths, Kristin Cornwell, Melinda Sothern

 

Brief Report

  • HPV Vaccination Coverage and Disparities among Three Populations at Increased Risk for HIV

Authors: Kiva A. Fisher, Laura Cahill, Tung-Sung Tseng, William T. Robinson

 

该期特刊将会在本月内正式在 Translational Cancer Research 杂志刊登(全文免费开放阅读),欢迎关注! 

图3,Translational Cancer Research 杂志

 

AME特邀评论员:

陈文森,南京医科大学第一附属医院/江苏省人民医院医院感染管理办公室主治医师

文 | 何朝秀,科学编辑,AME出版社。

doi: 

10.3978/kysj.2014.1.2197
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