Diet rich in fruits, vegetables may cut bladder cancer risk in women

08/26/2013 | United Press International

A study in The Journal of Nutrition found that cancer risk was lower for women who ate the most fruits and vegetables. The risk of developing bladder cancer, in particular, was 52% lower among women who consumed the most yellow-orange vegetables than for those who ate the least. Researchers failed to find a similar link involving bladder cancer in men.

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