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Targeting Carcinogens with Broccoli to Prevent Cancer

UArizona Health Sciences researchers found that broccoli seed and sprout extract rich in sulforaphane helped heavy smokers reduce their risk of cancer.
Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli produce sulforaphane, a plant chemical researchers have linked to detoxifying carcingoens found in tobacco smoke.

Targeting Carcinogens with Broccoli to Prevent Cancer

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