Seventh-Day Adventist vegetarians have a quiescent proliferative activity in colonic mucosa.

@article{Lipkin1985SeventhDayAV,
  title={Seventh-Day Adventist vegetarians have a quiescent proliferative activity in colonic mucosa.},
  author={Martin Lipkin and Kiyoko Uehara and Sidney J. Winawer and Ana Ureba S{\'a}nchez and Christian R. K. D. Bauer and Rodney Phillips and Henry T. Lynch and William A. Blattner and Joseph F. Jr. Fraumeni},
  journal={Cancer letters},
  year={1985},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={139-44}
}
The proliferation of epithelial cells in colonic mucosa was studied in humans at varying degrees of risk for colon cancer. Seventh-Day Adventist vegetarians, known to have significantly lower mortality from colon cancer than the general U.S. population, had the most quiescent proliferative activity of mucosal epithelial cells. Increased replication and expansion of the proliferative compartment accompanied increased colon cancer risk. The analytical methods of this study may be useful in… CONTINUE READING

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