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Disease-fighting chemicals in
apples could reduce the risk of breast cancer, Cornell study in rats suggests
An apple a day can help keep breast
cancer away, according to a study in rats by food scientists at Cornell University.
"We found that tumor incidence was
reduced by 17, 39 and 44 percent in rats fed the human equivalent of one, three or six
apples a day, respectively, over 24 weeks," says Rui Hai Liu, Cornell associate
professor of food science and lead author of the study.
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