Prospective study of diet and female colorectal cancer: The New York university women’s health study

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Journal: Nutrition and Cancer

Publication Date: 02/1997

Summary: Observational cohort study of diet and colorectal cancer risk. The results of the present study indicated that certain dietary components of fish or dairy products may protect against colorectal cancer, whereas the relations with red meat or total fat remained unclear

Key Takeaways

Fish or Dairy products may offer a protective effect against colon cancer.

Fish and Dairy Potentially Protective Against Colon Cancer

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