Foods that Fight Cancer: Preventing and Treating Cancer Through Diet

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Allen & Unwin, 2006 - Cancer - 213 pages
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Richard Beliveau and Denis Gingras team up to describe the science of food and which properties of foods are active cancer-fighting elements. They clearly explain how different foods work to protect the body against different cancers and show which foods will be most effective.

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Richard Beliveau, a leading authority in the field of cancer research, completed post-doctoral studies at Cornell University after obtaining a PhD in biochemistry from Universite Lavel in Quebec, Canada. He holds the Chair in the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer at the University of Quebec at Montreal, where he is a professor in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. Dr Beliveau is the director of the Molecular Medicine Laboratory of UQAM-Sainte-Justine Hospital (Centre de cancerologie Charles-Bruneau). Frequently called on to talk about his research, he is a regular commentator on local and national radio and television programs...Denis Gingras is a researcher in the Molecular Medicine Laboratory of UQAM-Sainte-Justine Hospital (Centre de cancerologie Charles-Bruneau) and the University of Quebec at Montreal.

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