Study: Diet rich in omega-3 could cut breast tumor growth by 30%

02/25/2013 | Scotsman (Edinburgh), The

Long-term intake of omega-3 fatty acids has been conclusively linked to a reduced risk of cancer, according to scientists from the University of Guelph in Ontario. "The fact that a food nutrient can have a significant effect on tumour development and growth is remarkable and has considerable implications in breast cancer prevention," said researcher David Ma.

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