Nutrition and Cancer From Epidemiology to Biology

Editor(s): Pier Paolo Claudio and Richard M. Niles

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Various estimates suggest that between 30-40% of all human cancers are related to dietary patterns. Strong epidemiological evidence from population and twin studies points to dietary constituents ...
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Resveratrol, A Phytoalexin with a Multitude of Anti-Cancer Activities

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Richard M. Niles and Gary O. Rankin


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Capsaicin: Potential Applications in Cancer Therapy

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Jamie K. Lau, Kathleen C. Brown, Aaron M. Dom and Piyali Dasgupta


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Omega-3 Fatty Acids as an Adjuvant to Cancer Therapy

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Elaine W. Hardman


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Green Tea Catechins and Cancer

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Richard Egleton


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Receptor Independent Effects of Retinoids

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Kinsley Kelley Kiningham and Anne Silvis


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Nutrition, Oxidative Stress and Cancer

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Monica Valentovic and Nalini Santanam


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Isothiocyanates Target Carcinogenesis During Tumor Initiation, Promotion and Progression

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Mary Allison Wolf and Pier Paolo Claudio


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