Research Roundup

April 2005 Issue

Cancer News You Can Use

Overweight and obese men may be at greater risk for undetected prostate cancer than normal weight men, say researchers in San Antonio and Seattle.
A diet rich in carotenoids may help reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer, one of the deadliest forms of cancer, concluded Canadian researchers.
No link was found between dairy consumption and the risk of ovarian cancer, say Japanese researchers.

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