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Effects of Dietary Folic Acid Modulation Upon Development of Bronchogenic Carcinoma (1993)

Title:

Effects of Dietary Folic Acid Modulation Upon Development of Bronchogenic Carcinoma

Key words:

folate deficiency, folate-excessive diet

Research Institution:

University of California, Davis

Location:

California

Researcher:

William G Hammond

Project Description:

Dr. Hammond studied the effects of both a folate-deficient diet and folate-excessive diet on the four stages of development of bronchogenic carcinoma: carcinogen-induced transformation, progression, development and manifestation of metastasis.

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