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Effects of Dietary and Nutritional Factors on Esophageal Carcinogenesis (1986)

Title:

Effects of Dietary and Nutritional Factors on Esophageal Carcinogenesis

Key words:

corn, wheat, calcium, zinc, magnesium

Research Institution:

Rutgers University

Location:

New Jersey

Researcher:

Chung S Yang

Project Description:

Dr. Yang studied if certain substances found in corn, wheat and other foods bind with the minerals calcium, zinc, or magnesium in the cells of the esophagus, and thus make cancer more likely to develop.

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