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Association of Dietary Inflammatory Potential With Colorectal Cancer Risk in Men and Women.

07:00 EST 18th January 2018 | BioPortfolio

Summary of "Association of Dietary Inflammatory Potential With Colorectal Cancer Risk in Men and Women."

Inflammation is important in colorectal cancer development. Diet modulates inflammation and may thus be a crucial modifiable factor in colorectal cancer prevention.

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Name: JAMA oncology
ISSN: 2374-2445
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