Fruits And Vegetables Reduce Risk Of Bladder Cancer

Eating more fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of malignant progression of bladder cancer in women.
Researchers analyzed data collected from 185 885 adults for 12.5 years. Overall, 152 women and 429 men are diagnosed with a malignant cancer of the bladder.

After customizing the variables associated with cancer risk, such as age, researchers found that women who eat lots of fruits and vegetables have a lower risk of having bladder cancer. Researchers say women who consume lots of fruits and vegetables had a 52 percent lower likelihood of developing bladder cancer compared with women who consumed less.

The study also states that most women with intake of vitamin A, C, and E have the lowest risk of developing bladder cancer.

But the researchers found no link between the consumption of fruits and vegetables and malignant bladder cancer in men. Study support the recommendation to consume fruits and vegetables for cancer prevention, however, further investigation is needed to understand and explain why reduced cancer risk with consumption of more fruits and vegetables is limited to women only.

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