Smoking And Excess Weight Can Lead To A Cancer. Part 2 of 3

Smoking And Excess Weight Can Lead To A Cancer – Part 2 of 3

The main take-home message is that consuming sturdy fats and nuts may have a protective role,” said study author Erin Richman, a postdoctoral scholar in the department of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco. In 2013, there will be nearly 239000 men diagnosed with prostate cancer and nearly 30000 men will go to the happy hunting-grounds from the disease, according to estimates from the US National Cancer Institute.


And “The next step is to plan a randomized controlled adversity of these healthier fats and see whether and how they affect the prostate. The novel finding in this study seems to be a benefit on prostate cancer survival”. She noted that there is already a large body of evidence suggesting that salubrious fats help reduce heart disease risks.

An editorial by Dr Stephen Freedland of Duke University Medical Center accompanied the new study. “We can sway for sure that being obese increases the risk of dying of prostate cancer. The new study gives us some more clues. It suggests that cutting out saturated fats and carbohydrates and replacing them with healthy fats can also degrade the risk of dying from prostate cancer”. Another expert praised the new study while noting that the findings aren’t conclusive.

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