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NEW PROSTATE CANCER INFOLINK: There is minimal evidence of any well-defined effect of diet, nutrition or supplement use on the prevention of prostate cancer, says a new study. READ MORE>

The authors conclude exclusively that a high dietary intake of polyunsaturated n-6 fatty acids may increase prostate cancer risk because of their effects on inflammation and oxidative stress.

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DAILY MAIL: There is growing scientific evidence that strongly suggests diets rich in certain foods can help prevent prostate cancer and its spread. This includes detailed advice on food and drink that helps or hinders: READ MORE>

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JUNE 5: UPI.COM: A diet low in fat and red meat and high in produce may be beneficial in preventing and treating prostate cancer, say researchers in Australia. READ MORE>

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May 1: NEW PROSTATE CANCER INFO-LINK:  There is still no “level 1″ evidence to support nutrition and lifestyle interventions for prevention or treatment of prostate cancer (ie, no compelling data from large, randomized, controlled clinical trials), the American Urological Association heard this week. READ MORE>

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