Could tea cause prostate cancer?

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Research by Glasgow University has shown men who drink more than seven cups of tea a day are at significantly greater risk of prostate cancer.

The authors of the study say they cannot be sure whether the increased risk is due to tea itself or other factors.

BBC Scotland's health correspondent Eleanor Bradford reports.

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