Purely medicinal, I assure you

June 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;6/26/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p54
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a study by researchers at Oregon State University's College of Pharmacy which revealed that the main ingredients in beer appear to thwart prostate cancer. According to the study, a person would have to quaff more than 17 pints a day to imbibe a medically effective dose of xanthohumol, the cancer-fighting chemical found in hops.


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