Published in Cancer Weekly, September 20th, 1999
A Michigan State University study presented at the American Institute for Cancer Research Annual Conference in Washington, DC, revealed that orange juice slashed the incidence of colon cancer in animals by 22 percent.
This report by Maurice Bennink, Michigan State and study co-author, is the first to document that drinking regular-strength, not-from-concentrate orange juice significantly inhibits the development of colon cancer in animals.
Previous studies have shown that double-strength orange juice or carotenoid-rich extracts from citrus inhibit the...
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