Study: Green tea may reduce prostate cancer risk

12/19/2007 | Washington Post, The

The Japanese government on Wednesday disclosed research findings that suggest high daily intake of green tea may prevent prostate cancer. Of the 50,000 Japanese men ages 40 to 69 involved in the study, those who drank five or more cups of green tea a day cut their progressive prostate cancer risk by half, compared with those who took a cup or less, the Epidemiology and Prevention Division of the National Cancer Center said.

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