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A type of starch found in bananas, potatoes, whole grains and beans could help offset the cancer-associated consequences of a high red meat diet, new research from Flinders University shows.
Green tea and Brazil nuts are being used in a ground-breaking trial to investigate their cancer-fighting qualities.
Researchers from Flinders University are on a ground-breaking journey to prove – and prevent – the cancer-causing effects of eating red meat.
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation Cancer Prevention Unit at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer was launched this morning by Health Minister John Hill.