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November 1996 Issue
New Cancer Dietary Guidelines Misrepresented by Media...
The leading killer in the United States is heart disease, but close on its heels -- and expected to overtake it by the year 2000 -- is cancer. To help combat this killer, the American Cancer Society (ACS) recently updated its dietary guidelines for cancer prevention for the first time in five years. Brave New Cancer Crusade? Some reports took liberties with the new guidelines, implying a bold new stance that forbade meat
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