Scientists at the Anzac Research Institute in
About 70 percent of patients with advanced breast cancer develop secondary tumors in their bones. The researchers compared the spread of cancer in mice fed a low or high calcium diet. The mice with the calcium-deficient diet had “significantly more” cancer cells penetrate the bone.
The findings were reported in the latest edition of Cancer Research. To learn more, go to: http://www.smh.com.au/news/National/Drink-milk-to-prevent-cancer-spread/2007/10/04/1191091259848.html
Sydney Morning Herald