Another study found that 4 or more cups of coffee helped to decrease endometrial cancer risk in women , while a third study showed that coffee consumption could decrease the risk of dying from liver cancer for both males and females.
Another study also found similar effects for liver cancer and a meta-analysis of studies also suggested that coffee could help to reduce oral cancer risk .
Researchers have also highlighted on how there may be a number of different molecules in coffee that contribute to this anticancer effect.
However, one study suggested that high coffee consumption (more than 6.5 cups of coffee a day) may increase the risk of gastric cancer.
A meta-analysis on the same topic failed to find such an effect.