Red Wine May Inhibit Breast Cancer Cell Growth

New Research published in October this year

suggests that resveratrol the active ingredient

in red wine stops breast cancer cells from growing

by blocking the growth effects of oestrogen.

Although it has been thought for some time

that resveratrol may be significant in the war

against breast cancer, this new evidence

suggests for the first time that it might offset




 the malignant progress of the disease by inhibiting the proliferation of hormone

 resistant breast cancer cells.


Sourc: Science Daily Oct 25th 2011


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