Bacterial inflammation, infection linked to cancer risk.
Another study, conducted at the Shanghai Cancer Institute, found an indicator of inflammation--high levels of C-reactive protein--in Chinese women. These women were more likely to have colon cancer than women with lower levels of the protein.
(Source: American Association for Cancer Research Meeting, April 19, 2010.)
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|Publication:||Nutrition Health Review|
|Date:||Dec 22, 2010|
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