Study: Green tea may help combat stomach cancer in women

09/28/2009 | Reuters

A Japanese study suggests that women who drink five or more cups of green tea daily are 20% less likely to develop stomach cancer compared with those who drink one cup or less of the tea. The study, however, found no link between drinking more green tea, which contains antioxidants that may aid in fighting deadly bacteria, and reduced stomach cancer risk in men.

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