Foods' cancer prevention efficacy uncertain

09/27/2005 | NYTimes.com

While the effects of diet on heart disease rates are scientifically well-established, the beneficial effects of foods like fruits and vegetables on cancer incidence are more elusive, says a disease prevention specialist at the National Institutes of Health. A large, randomized federal study involving 48,835 middle-aged and elderly women may yield more about high fiber, low-fat diets and their effects on breast cancer incidence when it is completed next year.

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