A team of cancer researchers at John Hopkins University have
identified a new gene, which could help explain the dietary links
to prostate cancer. The gene could have a vital role in the
breakdown of fatty acids found in dairy products...
Final proof that dietary components like green tea, curry spice or
wine can fight cancer in humans and not just laboratory test tubes
remains elusive, but researchers are full of hope for the
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center in
the US are looking for volunteers to take part in a study to
determine whether prostate cancer can be effectively treated by
selenium and vitamin E.
A component of tomato sauce may help reduce DNA damage in the
prostate, a new study suggests. This may have implications for the
prevention or treatment of prostate cancer. The active ingredient
appears to be lycopene, an antioxidant...