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If you are a cancer survivor undergoing cancer treatment or are cancer free, you might ask, what next? What dietary changes can you make to protect yourself from a recurrence or secondary cancers? Do the dietary guidelines that help protect against primary tumors also affect its recurrence? Since research...
 
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Although the most important risk factor for skin cancer is excess sun exposure, lifestyle factors are also important. Is there a diet to keep skin healthy and protect against skin cancer? “While chemopreventive agents including polyphenolic antioxidants found in green tea and grape seed extracts, isoflavones found in soybean...
 

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Each year, around 240,000 American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and about 33,000 will die from it. Thousands who survive prostate cancer end up incontinent, impotent or both as a result of medical treatment. Over the past decade, epidemiological studies, animal studies, and other preclinical data have suggested that higher levels of antioxidants ... Vitamin E and Prostate Cancer: Trial Results
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A diet high in salt, especially when accompanied by a long term H. pylori infection of the stomach appear to be the two most important environmental factors promoting stomach cancer worldwide. Both these insults damage to the stomach lining reducing the production of protective mucous and acid resulting in a atrophic gastritis. This precancerous state ... Stomach Cancer Risk Factors
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For the first half of the 20th century, stomach cancer killed more Americans than any other cancer. Today stomach cancer still afflicts over 20 thousand Americans and kills over ten thousand but the incidence has dropped more than 10-fold over the last 70 years. This huge reduction in stomach...