Zinc Related to Prostate Cancer Survival

A recent study highlights that men diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer have a higher likelihood of surviving the disease shoud they have adhered to a high zinc diet .
Researchers made this claim at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.
Those men with high zinc intake were 74% less likely to die of prostate cancer than those with the lowest zinc intake so said the researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health .
Meyer, lead researcher discovered no obvious correlation between prostate cancer related mortality and death from other causes involving dietary intake or monounsaturated, saturated or omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids.

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