Study: Increased trans-fat intake may harm prostate

01/17/2008 | FoodNavigator

Harvard researchers have found that higher intake of trans fatty acids might significantly increase the risk of nonaggressive prostate tumors. "As this type of [tumor] represents a large proportion of prostate cancer detected using prostate-specific antigen screening, these findings may have implications for the prevention of prostate cancer," the lead researcher said.

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