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Red wine may half the risk of prostate cancer

A US study indicates that red wine may halve the risk of prostate cancer. Each glass of red wine drunk per week reduced the risk by 6%. Some risk factors for prostate cancer include: being black, close family relative with the degree, high calorie diet, smokers, high number of female sexual partners. Researchers suggest that men who already drink alcohol should ensure that some of that alcohol is consumed in the form of red wine.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Onlypunjab

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About: Red wine may half the risk of prostate cancer

Date: 12 October 2004

Source: Onlypunjab

URL: http://www.onlypunjab.com/real/fullstory-newsID-4711.html

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