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Coffee compounds may help reduce prostate cancer risk: study

Coffee Compounds May Help Reduce Prostate Cancer Risk

Love coffee? If the findings of a latest study are to be believed, your favourite morning drink may help delay risk of prostate cancer. The findings could help pave way for treating drug-resistant cancer according to researchers. The study was carried by scientists from Kanazawa University in Japan who identified kahweol acetate and cafestol- hydrocarbon compounds naturally found in Arabica coffee -- which may inhibit growth of prostate cancer.

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