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Diet and Prostate Cancer

Sheila Dillon examines the latest findings suggesting a link between diet and prostate cancer. Featuring an audio diary from food campaigner Geoff Tansey.

Sheila Dillon discusses the latest research linking diet and prostate cancer.

A man dies every hour from prostate cancer in the UK, but it is a slow growing cancer. This programme explores the findings that show a link between diet and this form of cancer.

Food campaigner Geoff Tansey, diagnosed with prostate cancer a year ago, has kept an audio diary relating his experience of the disease, the removal of his prostate, and his quest to discover the effects of diet.

Nutritional scientist Professor Margaret Rayman joins Sheila Dillon to discuss her findings, which show that the health of the prostate can be helped by eating a diet rich in certain foods and avoiding the harmful effects of others

Professor Rayman is joined in the studio by Professor Colin Cooper, of the Department of Molecular Biology at the Institute of Cancer Research.

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25 minutes

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Mon 15 Jun 2009 16:00


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