A review of 18 studies has led researchers to claim that soy
products may protect against breast cancer, but that consumers
should be wary of high-dose supplements - conclusions that have
been questioned by an industry association.
Women who had more exposure to sun during puberty, or who have high
intakes of the vitamin as adults, are less likely to develop breast
cancer, say scientists at today's 97th Annual Meeting of the
American Association for Cancer...
Drinking five cups of green tea a day can reduce the risk of breast
cancer by 22 per cent, claims a meta-analysis of previous studies,
the same studies that the FDA recently said contained very little
science to support the claims.
Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), one of the fats in evening primrose oil
and several other plant oils, inhibits action of Her-2/neu, a
cancer gene that is responsible for almost 30 per cent of all
breast cancers, reported US researchers...
Researchers at UCLA have reported that daily exercise and replacing
the typical high-fat American diet with low-fat, high-fiber foods
may slow the growth of breast cancer cells in postmenopausal women
by as much as 19 percent, writes...
Women who eat cauliflower regularly could provide the body with
powerful tools to help fight breast cancer, as a new Italian study
reveals the chemopreventive compounds of this popular vegetable,
reports Lindsey Partos.
Women who consume significant amounts of vitamin B6- often found in
fortified cereals- can cut their risk of colorectal cancer,
especially if they drink, according to new research, writes