Soy-rich diet doesn't reduce risk of stomach cancer, study suggests

01/4/2012 | Reuters

Japanese researchers found no difference in the risk for developing stomach cancer between people who consumed the most isoflavones, found in soy, and those who consumed the least. The study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition did find an increase in stomach cancer risk among women receiving hormone therapy who consumed the most isoflavone-rich food compared with those who consumed the least.

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