Tea and tea polyphenols inhibit cell hyperproliferation, lung tumorigenesis, and tumor progression.

Abstract

Both green and black tea have been shown to inhibit lung tumorigenesis in laboratory animal experiments. Green tea inhibited N-nitrosodiethylamine-induced lung tumor incidence and multiplicity in female A/J mice when tea was given either during the carcinogen treatment period or during the post-carcinogen treatment period. In a separate tumorigenesis model… (More)

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