The absolute risk difference was very small. While those who ate the most organics were 25% less likely to get cancer, this actually equated to an absolute risk reduction of about 0.5% (cancer is relatively rare, read more about absolute vs relative risk here).
The results did not hold true for men, younger adults, less educated people, people who never smoked or smoke currently, or (and this one is important), those with a high overall dietary quality.
Doesn’t look like it really does work then. About the better diet part, not the organic…..like that stuff about milk and Omega 3. It’s not because it’s organic per se, it’s that organic farmers have more clover in their fields. A side effect, not the thing itself.