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September 2003 Issue

Researchers At International Summit Cite New Links Between Diet And Cancer

Diet may influence the development of certain cancers more than previously thought, according to new research. . . .“Studies are connecting what we eat to cancers that previously weren’t linked to diet, such as skin cancer and ovarian cancer,” says Melanie Polk, of the American Institute for Cancer Research.

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