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Eating More Soy Could Reduce Risk For Prostate Cancer

Researchers from the University of Illinois found that the more soy-based foods a person eats, the less likely they are to get prostate cancer. This could be one reason soyfood-consuming countries in Asia have such low rates of the cancer compared to countries such as the U.S.

 

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