Study: Fruit, vegetables can help ward off esophageal cancer

08/18/2008 | Yahoo!

Men who ate the most fruit and vegetables had about 50% lower risk of developing esophageal squamous cell carcinoma compared with those who consumed the least amount of vegetables. Japanese researchers said fruit and vegetables cannot replace the benefits of quitting drinking or smoking -- key factors associated with the development of the disease.

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