Dietary Chemoprevention of PhIP Induced Carcinogenesis in Male Fischer 344 Rats with Tomato and Broccoli

Check out a brand new publication in PLOSone on the prevention of cancers caused by a dietary carcinogen referred to as PhIP (produced in meats cooked at high temperatures) by eating a diet rich in tomato and broccoli!  Lead author Dr. Kirstie Canene-Adams was formerly a post-doctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Nutrition and Foods Program, School of Family and Consumer Sciences at Texas State University.


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