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Dietary protein and carcinogenesis

Dietary protein and carcinogenesis

Nutrition, toxicity, and cancer: 455-479

The role of dietary protein in carcinogenesis has been reviewed in respect of cancers of the stomach, lung, breast, colon, rectum, oesophagus, liver, prostate, endometrium and kidney. It is concluded that while epidemiologic studies suggest that diet may be an important contributor to the incidence of many human cancers, they did not have the necessary sensitivity to distinguish between the effects of protein and other nutrients in carcinogenesis.

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