Health & Nutrition - Spring, 2017 - Vol 25, No 2 Fighting Cancer: Can Soy Be of Benefit?
In This Issue:
- Cancer is the second most common cause of death worldwide; cardiovascular disease ranks first. Developed countries have higher cancer incidence and mortality rates than less developed or developing countries, regardless of gender.
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