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12 April 2010

Fruit, veg 'no help against cancer'

A new study challenges the widespread belief that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables helps protect against cancer.

A new study challenges the widespread belief that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables helps protect against cancer.

Any cancer protective effect of fruits and vegetables is likely to be modest, at best, the researchers reported in the study published in the April 6 online edition of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

 
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