Cervical Cancer Study To Examine Green Tea

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Arizona Cancer Center researchers will study women with cervical infections to look for evidence that green tea plays a role in cancer prevention. The clinical study, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute's Division of Cancer Prevention, will examine the effects of green tea extract on women with various persistent cervical infections, including human papillomavirus -- HPV, which can cause cervical cancer.



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