Nahrung und Karzinogenese

  • R. Voigtmann
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Zusammenfassung

Vor genau 50 Jahren beschrieb Tannenbaum [9] in seiner in Cancer Research publizierten Pionierarbeit erstmals die Bedeutung fettreicher Ernährung für die Inzidenz verschiedener Tumoren, insbesondere der Dickdarmkarzinome.

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