Published in Cancer Weekly, March 16th, 2004
"High prediagnostic serum beta-cryptoxanthin levels have been found to be associated with reduced risk of lung cancer in a recent cohort study of Chinese men in Shanghai, China," scientists in the United States report.
"Data on dietary beta-cryptoxanthin, and other specific carotenoids and antioxidants in relation to lung cancer, particularly in non-Western populations, are scarce. The aim of the present study was to assess the roles of dietary antioxidants in the development of lung cancer," wrote J.M. Yuan...
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