October 2007 Issue
Produce, Fish, Beans May Stop Cancer Return
People treated for stage III colon cancer who eat more fruits, vegetables, fish and legumes are significantly less likely to have their cancer return than those who eat more red and processed meats, desserts and refined grains, say researchers.
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