Omega-3 may fight skin and oral cancers

New research from the U.K. suggests omega-3's may have the potential to prevent and treat oral and skin cancers.

Put aside, for a moment, the recent buzz around the prostate cancer- omega-3 study. New research from the U.K. suggests that omega-3 fatty acids may be powerful weapons in the prevention and treatment of skin and oral cancers. The research appears appears online in the journal Carcinogenesis and was noted on

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