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June 2006 Issue

Curbing Cancer’s Reach: Little Things That Might Make a Big Difference

Recent reports that neither low-fat or high-fiber diets nor antioxidant vitamins reduce the risk of certain cancers are discouraging. The good news is that researchers believe most cancers are largely preventable and that there’s much you can do to improve your odds. EN takes a look.

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