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Flavonoids and Ethnic Differences in Cancer Risk (1997)


Flavonoids and Ethnic Differences in Cancer Risk

Key words:

flavonoids, Hispanics, ethnic differences

Research Institution:

Mount Sinai Medical Center


New York


Mary S Wolff

Project Description:

Dr. Wolff is evaluated whether the generally lower breast cancer rate in Hispanic women is due to higher intake of flavonoid-containing foods, based on comparisons of food intake in different racial and ethnic groups.

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