Oxalate induces breast cancer

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URL: https://bmccancer.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12885-015-1747-2

Journal: BMC Cancer

Publication Date: 10/2015

Summary: Higher concentrations of oxalates were found in breast cancer tissue. Injecting oxalates into the mammary fatpad of mice induced malignant tumor formation.

Key Takeaways

Oxalates are found in plant foods such as spinach, potatoes, almonds, and cocoa. These oxalate compounds can deposit in body tissues and cause harm. This study found that breast cancer tissue had high levels of oxalates. Also, when mice had oxalates injected into their breast tissue, tumor formation occurred.

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