June 19, 2024

Scientists uncover missing link between junk food and cancer – which could explain explosion of tumors in young people

Researchers in Singapore found that methylglyoxal, whcih the body produces when eating junk foods, could inhibit genes like BRCA2, which would otherwise protect against cancer.Researchers in Singapore found that methylglyoxal, whcih the body produces when eating junk foods, could inhibit genes like BRCA2, which would otherwise protect against cancer.Read MoreHealth News | Mail Online

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