Nutrition and Cancer Prevention: New Insights into the Role of Phytochemicals. Future Directions
A plant-based diet is important for maintaining health. Substances in fruits and vegetables, alone and in combination with one another, have been shown to have specific anticancer actions. The Ninth Annual Research Conference of the American Institute for Cancer Research has brought together leading scientists who are examining the mechanisms by means of which certain dietary agents may prevent cancer and limit its invasiveness once it has developed.
KeywordsConjugated Linoleic Acid Cancer Prevention Beta Carotene Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen Anticancer Efficacy
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