Study Finds Omega-3 May Raise Risk of Prostate Cancer


August 13, 2013

Neha Vapiwala, MD , an associate professor and chief of the Genitourinary service in the department of Radiation Oncology in the Abramson Cancer Center, is quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer article about a new study finding that omega-3 fatty acids -- found in supplements as well as fish like tuna and mackerel -- may increase the risk of prostate cancer.

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