Studies Explore Red Meat, Veggies and Cancer Risk A new study links eating red meat to some cancers. But another study says women who eat plenty of fruits and vegetables get little protection from another kind of cancer. Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, both reports point to common-sense suggestions for healthful eating. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports.
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Studies Explore Red Meat, Veggies and Cancer Risk

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A new study links eating red meat to some cancers. But another study says women who eat plenty of fruits and vegetables get little protection from another kind of cancer. Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, both reports point to common-sense suggestions for healthful eating. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports.

Diet & Cancer Studies

Read summaries of the two studies on diet and cancer risk appearing in this week's issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association: