Lycopene lowers PSA in prostate cancer patients

Holzman, David
January 2002
Life Extension;Jan2002, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p25
Details study findings showing that lycopene lowers prostate specific antigen in prostate cancer patients. Evidence indicating that high concentration of lycopene in prostate tissues resulted in an increase in programmed cell damage among cancer cells; Prospective studies showing that men who eat lots of tomato sauce have a lower risk of prostate cancer than men who do not.


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