Vegetable Fats May Improve Survival in Prostate Cancer Patients
A new study involving 4,577 men who had been diagnosed with non-metastatic prostate cancer (PCa) has found that a simple change in diet may help improve their survival rates.
The study looked at men diagnosed from 1986 to 2010. Men had a markedly lower risk of developing lethal PCa cancer and dying from other causes if they substituted healthy vegetable fats for animal fats and carbohydrates.
John Schieszer has the story in today's Medical Minute.