Study: Whole grain, fiber may cut pancreatic cancer risk

11/25/2007 | Yahoo!

Consuming two or more servings of whole grain and fiber-rich foods on a daily basis lowered the risk of pancreatic cancer by 40%, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, found. One researcher noted that "eating a diet rich in a wide variety of grains is likely to not only help in the prevention of diabetes and heart disease, but also this very deadly cancer."

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