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Diet, Oxidative DNA Damage and Breast Cancer Risk (1997)

Title:

Diet, Oxidative DNA Damage and Breast Cancer Risk

Key words:

DNA damage, fruits and vegetables

Research Institution:

AMC Cancer Research Center

Location:

Colorado

Researcher:

Henry J Thompson

Project Description:

Dr. Thompson measured various markers for DNA damage in women on diets with either 3 or 10 daily servings of fruits and vegetables, based on the hypothesis that fruits and vegetables help decrease DNA damage.

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