Nutrition and prostate cancer: evidence or suspicion?

@article{Schulman2001NutritionAP,
  title={Nutrition and prostate cancer: evidence or suspicion?},
  author={Claude C. Schulman and Samuel Ekane and A R Zlotta},
  journal={Urology},
  year={2001},
  volume={58 3},
  pages={318-34}
}
N factors have been hypothesized to be critical in the carcinogenesis of numerous cancers, and this holds true for prostate cancer. Studies of migrants moving from countries with a low prostate cancer incidence to North America, where their incidence increases to almost equal to that of white American populations within a generation, suggest that environmental factors have an influence on the development of the most frequent neoplasm in men.1 The large geographical differences observed are… CONTINUE READING

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