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Isoflavones in soy may inhibit development and spread of breast cancer

A study by the University of Ulster has found that the isoflavones in soy products can help reduce the risk of breast cancer. In addition, the isoflavones appear to inhibit the spread of cancer cells thus preventing invasion of other body parts.

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About: Isoflavones in soy may inhibit development and spread of breast cancer

Date: 6 November 2004

Source: News Target

URL: http://www.newstarget.com/002134.html

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