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Effects of Instant Green or Black Tea on Mammary Carcinogenesis (1992)

Title:

Effects of Instant Green or Black Tea on Mammary Carcinogenesis

Key words:

green tea, black tea, polyphenols

Research Institution:

The Pennsylvania State University

Location:

Pennsylvania

Researcher:

Kazuko Sakamoto

Project Description:

Dr. Sakamoto evaluated whether polyphenols in green and black tea, which are from the same plant but produced by different processes, might be effective inhibitors of breast cancer in rats. She sought to determine at which stage(s) in carcinogenesis this protection occurs.

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