From San Francisco, at the spring national meeting of the American Chemical Society
For years, researchers have been extolling green tea as a natural source of compounds that appear to fight cancer by protecting DNA. Now, scientists have identified a relatively rare tea that may offer DNA even more protection. The surprise: Some share of this brew's anticancer activity may result from its caffeine content, about twice that of green tea.
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