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Dietary patterns and cancer



Dietary patterns and cancer



Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 35 Suppl 1: 98-102



The possible role of dietary habits in the aetiology of cancers, and in the differences observed in the prevalence of this group of diseases between populations, should be considered in the context of the competing theories of cancer causation. This paper briefly reviews the historical context in which the contemporary emphasis on nutritional influences in cancer causation is placed and outlines the scope of the evidence currently available.

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