Quantcast

Sign Up For Email Updates:

       Please leave this field empty

From Our Blog

More from the blog »
WCRF/AICR
Global Network

The Possible Protective Effects of Dietary and Aerosol Vitamin E and Gluthathione Against Lung Cancer Resulting from Oxidizing Pollutants (1983)

Title:

The Possible Protective Effects of Dietary and Aerosol Vitamin E and Gluthathione Against Lung Cancer Resulting from Oxidizing Pollutants

Key words:

ozone, glutathione

Research Institution:

University of California, Los Angeles

Location:

California

Researcher:

Roslyn B Alfin-Slater

Project Description:

Dr. Alfin-Slater studied whether the addition of vitamin E to the diet could protect the lungs against the cellular damage caused by ozone, a major component of smog and a possible cause of lung cancer.

Cancer Site(s)

Related Foods that Fight Cancer

Questions: Ask Our Staff

Talk to us!

Our planned giving staff is
here to help you!

Ann Wrenshall Worley

Ann Wrenshall Worley

Assistant Director of Planned Giving

Call Us: (800) 843-8114

Send us a note