Sunday, September 18, 2011

Broccoli and Carrots Help Inhibition of Pancreatic Cancer
WORRY with the increasing number of cancer patients? For those of you a healthy, no need to panic. You can perform a variety of prevention efforts, one way to easily multiply any intake of broccoli and carrots.
 International research team headed by scientists from India revealed that vitamin A is found in some foods such as carrots and broccoli can help you avoid cancer, pancreatic cancer types, including deadly. Once diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, most patients usually do not last more than a year.
 Dr Hemant Kocher of the Cancer Institute in London's Barts and The London NHS Trust, who led the project for four years along with the Universities of Cambridge and the Hub-recht Institute in the Netherlands, found that increasing levels of vitamin A in the healthy cells around the cancer may inhibit the growth of cancer cells.
 "These findings lead to the survival rates are better and different treatment methods for pancreatic cancer that annually kills nearly 7,500 patients in England." Kocher said as quoted by the Daily Express.
 The study was based on a theory originally proposed in 1889. Clinical trials now being conducted at Barts, London, Kocher added.

Broccoli and Carrots Help Inhibition of Pancreatic Cancer

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