MedicalXpress reports the World Cancer Research Fund finds that 30 to 50% of cancer cases are preventable, highlighting a focus on stopping cancer before it can develop.  In a recent research effort, Xiang-Dong Wang, a senior scientist and associated director of the USDA Human Research Center on Aging at Tufts, studies how food can help potentially prevent cancer. Recent research efforts published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research revealed Wang’s Nutrition and Cancer Biology lab studied the cancer preventive impacts of tomatoes as a whole food rich in lycopene.  Follow the link to learn more about professor Wang’s research.

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