Prostate cancer occurs in similar rates among people in Asian and Western countries, but studies show that the disease tends to progress more among Westerners that Asians. Komal Raina, PhD, researcher at the University of Colorado Cancer Center reveals that for many years, scientists have been looking at genetic variations that could explain the difference in prostate cancer progression rates between different cultures. Their study, which was recently published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research, shows that dietary factors may play a significant role in this issue. The study suggests that a high-fiber diet may have the potential to control […]Continue reading High Fiber Diet Reduces Prostate Cancer Progression
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