SEATTLE -- Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, based here, have found that eating more broccoli -- or even coleslaw -- may help protect men from prostate cancer. A study conducted at the center found that three daily servings of vegetables cut a man's risk of prostate cancer nearly in half. At the same time, the survey found that consumption of tomato products may not have as much effect on cancer prevention as had previously been believed. Earlier research had ...
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