A high level of lycopene in the blood serum is linked to a lower
risk of prostate cancer in new research from the US. The findings
are published in a recent edition of the American Journal of
Dr. Edward Giovannucci of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard
Medical School has published a new epidemiological survey review
that confirms earlier studies suggesting that the consumption of
lycopene-rich foods can reduce...
A component of tomato sauce may help reduce DNA damage in the
prostate, a new study suggests. This may have implications for the
prevention or treatment of prostate cancer. The active ingredient
appears to be lycopene, an antioxidant...