Resveratrol may stop breast cancer from developing

07/8/2008 | Yahoo!

Resveratrol, found in red grapes and red wine and sold as a supplement, may help prevent the first step in most breast cancer types by suppressing abnormal cell formation, researchers say. Tests show just 10 umol/L of resveratrol suppresses DNA adducts linked to breast cancer. A glass of red wine has between 9 and 28 umol/L of resveratrol.

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