Lower prostate cancer risk seen with low-fat diet

01/30/2009 | Reuters

Study participants who ate a diet low in fat and animal protein and high in vegetable protein experienced a slower increase in prostate-specific antigen, which is linked to prostate cancer. The subjects already had received primary treatment for prostate cancer more than six months previously and were exhibiting increased PSA levels.

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