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Tip of the Day

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The nighttime production of the hormone melatonin by the brain's pineal gland may help prevent the growth of human breast cancer by blocking the tumor's uptake of dietary linoleic acid, according to an article published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment (June 2003).

A group of researchers at the Bassett Research Institute in Cooperstown, New York, believes that the growth of breast cancer and other malignancies is a net balance between stimulation during the day by growth factors such as linoleic acid and inhibitioin during the night by melatonin.

(Source: Life Extension magazine, December 2003.)

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