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Additional prospective studies of supplements' effects on prostate cancer warranted after association between high dairy product intakes, increased disease risk found in study in the October American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. June Chan, Harvard School of Public Health, et al., report men with highest dairy product and calcium intakes had statistically significant 30% greater risk of prostate cancer than those in lowest consumption categories. Chan et al. analyzed 1,012 cases of prostate cancer among 20,885 men in the Physicians' Health Study and used diet questionnaires to determine calcium consumption
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