Egging on Fatal Prostate Cancer Risk?

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Lifestyle and dietary factors play key roles in the cause of prostate cancer . A dozen of the nation's top oncologists teamed up to review the relationship between prostate cancer risk and today's popular foods. Not surprisingly, eggs didn't get the approving nod of these cancer experts. A surge in the risk of developing and aggravating prostate ca...
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Marianne Gutierrez
This article seems to suggest the exact (too serious a subject to note the pun) opposite to your view: https://www.nature.com/arti... Read More
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