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Curcumin, the ingredient which makes curry yellow, has blocked the growth of melanoma tumor cells and stimulated their death, according to laboratory experiments to be published in the August 15 journal Cancer. Researchers say curcumin appears to affect the NF-kappa B molecule, active in several types of tumors, including...
 
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A study published in the June 14, 2005 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute reports that consuming significant amounts of red and processed meat are associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer. High levels of fish consumption are associated with a decreased risk. FMI see...
 

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Test Kitchen Question: How can you extract the most juice from a lemon or lime, without working too hard?
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Northwestern University lab tests on breast cancer cells showed the oleic acid found in olive oil sharply cut levels of a gene thought to trigger breast cancer. But don’t go pouring on that olive oil yet. Dr. Kenney advises, “Test tube studies are not all that convincing. This study suggests part of the benefit of ... Food News: Olive Oil and Cancer
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Stomach cancer was the top cancer killer of Americans for the first half of the 20th century. Its incidence started to decline rapidly in the 1940s due to the increased reliance on refrigerators rather than salting, pickling and smoking to preserve foods. Today stomach cancer still kills nearly 15,000...