Thursday, April 27, 2006

Green tea and lung cancer

A study conducted at the University of Washington suggests that green tea may help prevent lung cancer, although the researchers conclude that "[f]uture studies are needed to determine how green tea affects the genes associated with cell cycle regulation and apoptosis during the mouse lung carcinogenesis process."

—Mellow Monk

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