Wine and Health: Red Wine May Help Fight Prostate Cancer, Study Finds

Jacob Gaffney
Issue: October 31, 2002

Compounds found in red wine may not only inhibit the growth of prostate cancer, but may also help destroy the cancer cells, according to a team of researchers in Madrid. Based on lab tests with cultured prostate cancer cells, "it is very possible that the consumption of a moderate amount of wine could reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer," said Dr.

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