April 2003 Issue
Cancer News to Use
Frequent fish consumption may help fend off prostate cancer, especially metastatic cancer, according to data from nearly 48,000 men. Those who ate fish four or more times a week were significantly less likely to develop prostate cancer over 12 years than men who ate less fish. Moreover, men who ate that much fish had 44% less likelihood that the cancer would spread than those who ate fish less than twice a month. The
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