Authors: Jennifer Cohen et al
This study looked at 628 men with prostate cancer comparing them to about the same number of men without.
The men all filled out food questionnaires for 3-5 years.
The study concluded that high consumption of vegetables, "particularly cruciferous" was associated with reduced risk of prostate cancer.
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