Study: Vegetable compound stops late-stage breast cancer cell growth

09/1/2004 | Science Daily Magazine

Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables, already known for containing an anti-cancer agent, are effective in treating women in late stages of the disease, according to University of Illinois researchers. The compound, sulforaphane, is released in the body during chewing and may hold the key to preventing and curing the disease.

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