Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Green tea halves leukemia risk: study

Yet more recent research points to green tea's cancer-fighting properties.


Results published in the American Journal of Epidemiology show that drinking 5 cups or more per day reduced the risk of leukemia and other blood cancers by one half compared to participants in the over 40,000-person-strong cohort who drank one cup or less per day.


For more information about green tea and leukemia, you can read previous postings in this blog.


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