USA: Ovarian cancer risk reduced by carrots and tomatoes
Women can reduce the risk of developing ovarian cancer by eating plenty of foods high in carotene and lycopene, according to a new study published in the 1 October issue of the International Journal of Cancer 2001 (pp. 128-134).
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