- Author: Jeannette E. Warnert
Published on: March 26, 2010
A meeting this week of the American Chemical Society turned two interesting UC research projects into headline news.UC Davis nutrition professor Paul Davis reported that walnuts slowed prostate tumors by 30 percent to 40 percent in mice, according to a UPI article. The dose was equivalent to 2.5 ounces for a typical man. Not only was prostate cancer growth reduced, but the mice had lower blood levels of a protein that is strongly associated with prostate cancer.
Completely unrelated research presented at the meeting, also from UC Davis, questioned an...
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