Fish consumption could slow prostate cancer progression

10/7/2010 | Reuters

Men who ate a lot of fish had a 44% lower risk of developing metastatic prostate cancer and were 63% less likely to die from the disease compared with those who had low fish intake, according to an analysis of 31 studies. Researchers said that fish oils' anti-inflammatory effect could be responsible for preventing cancer progression.

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