The potential power of tea against cancer

November 1994
Environmental Nutrition;Nov94, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p3
Reports on a study at Rutgers State University in New Jersey which shows the potential effectiveness of black tea in preventing cancer. Comparison of effects of green tea, black tea, decaf green and decaf black tea on the formation of skin cancer in mice; Phytochemicals in black and green teas.


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