Navigation Links
Pan-fried meat increases risk of prostate cancer, new study finds
Date:8/16/2012

LOS ANGELES Research from the University of Southern California (USC) and Cancer Prevention Institute of California (CPIC) found that cooking red meats at high temperatures, especially pan-fried red meats, may increase the risk of advanced prostate cancer by as much as 40 percent.

Mariana Stern, Ph.D., associate professor of preventive medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, led analyses for the study, "Red meat and poultry, cooking practices, genetic susceptibility and risk of prostate cancer: Results from the California Collaborative Prostate Cancer Study." The study, which is available online in the journal Carcinogenesis, provides important new evidence on how red meat and its cooking practices may increase the risk for prostate cancer.

Previous studies have emphasized an association between diets high in red meat and risk of prostate cancer, but evidence is limited. Attention to cooking methods of red meat, however, shows the risk of prostate cancer may be a result of potent chemical carcinogens formed when meats are cooked at high temperatures.

Researchers examined pooled data from nearly 2,000 men who participated in the California Collaborative Prostate Cancer Study, a multiethnic, case-control study conducted in the San Francisco Bay Area by Esther John, Ph.D., CPIC senior research scientist, and in Los Angeles by Sue A. Ingles, DrP.H., associate professor of preventive medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Study participants completed a comprehensive questionnaire that evaluated amount and type of meat intake, including poultry and processed red meat. Information regarding cooking practices (e.g., pan-frying, oven-broiling and grilling) was obtained using color photographs that displayed the level of doneness. More than 1,000 of the men included in the study were diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer.

"We found that men who ate more than 1.5 servings of pan-fried red meat per week i
'/>"/>

Contact: Molly Rugg
mrugg@usc.edu
323-442-2627
University of Southern California - Health Sciences
Source:Eurekalert  

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine news :

1. Tuberculosis increases the risk of lung cancer mortality in the elderly
2. Bend Research increases hot-melt extrusion capacity
3. Despite less play, childrens use of imagination increases over 2 decades
4. Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation increases survival in systemic sclerosis patients
5. Study shows no evidence medical marijuana increases teen drug use
6. Tai Chi increases brain size, benefits cognition in randomized controlled trial of Chinese elderly
7. US Drug Watchdog Dramatically Increases Their Efforts To Get All Recalled DePuy ASR Hip Implant Recipients Identified To The Best Possible Attorneys Before Time Runs Out
8. Prenatal exposure to common household chemical increases risk for childhood eczema, study says
9. Lung nodule matching software dramatically increases radiologists efficiency
10. Bacterial Vaginosis Increases Female-to-Male HIV Transmission Risk
11. Viewing terrorist attacks on TV increases pain intensity -- Ben-Gurion U. researchers
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
Pan-fried meat increases risk of prostate cancer, new study finds
(Date:9/17/2014)... 2014 The National Resident Matching Program ... a comprehensive analysis of the relationship between unique applicant ... The new edition is based on the 2014 ... U.S. allopathic medical school senior students and all other ... to provide this new edition of Charting Outcomes in ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2014 ... U.S. Food & Drug Administration report titled “Adverse ... Intranasal Splint as a Dermal Filler,” unapproved use ... filler injections has resulted in adverse reactions including ... acid based products with FDA approval for cosmetic ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... 17, 2014 Sunday night saw ... and ushered in a new national spokesperson for ... America Organization’s official national platform, Children’s Miracle ... newest National Goodwill Ambassador. , Kazantsev’s year in ... Network Hospitals across the U.S., visiting with patients ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... study was announced today that will analyze how ... wellness and contribute to healthy aging. , ... funded through a $10 million unrestricted gift from ... aims to identify lifestyle and environmental factors that ... as they age. WELL will be designed, conducted, ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... (HealthDay News) -- Social networking sites can help people ... people who are obese, sites like Twitter and Facebook ... from doctors as well as peers, researchers found. ... is that it offers the potential to be much ... compared to traditional approaches," the study,s lead author, Dr. ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Just Released: Charting Outcomes in the Match for the 2014 Main Residency Match® 2Health News:Just Released: Charting Outcomes in the Match for the 2014 Main Residency Match® 3Health News:Simon Ourian, Kim Kardashian's Cosmetic Surgeon, Warns About Illegal Use of Expression as a Dermal Filler 2Health News:Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev Takes On Role as Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals National Goodwill Ambassador 2Health News:Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev Takes On Role as Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals National Goodwill Ambassador 3Health News:First-ever research study examines impacts of diet and lifestyle on healthy aging 2Health News:Social Networking Sites Can Help Obese Lose Weight: Study 2
... ST. PAUL / MINNEAPOLIS (April 29, 2008) Young ... sexual partners both online and offline have greater numbers of partners, ... rates than those who meet their partners exclusively online or offline, ... ...
... return of members, money to UHW-W,treasury from outside fund, ... local union United Healthcare Workers West (UHW-W) violated federal,law ... millions,of dollars in dues money to an outside fund ... today by SEIU in United States District,Court for the ...
... opportunities for buyer to, capitalize on ... YORK, April 29 Berkery Noyes announced today ... sale to HMP,Communications, a portfolio company of Alta ... investment in the new combined entity. Terms,of the ...
... levels increasing even within normal range associated with dangers ... of thyrotropin within the normal range may increase the ... Norwegian study finds. , Thyrotropin, a hormone produced by ... acts on the thyroid gland to stimulate its growth ...
... (ACP) -- the nations second-largest medical society , ... a continuing medical education (CME) meeting for general ... primary and subspecialty care to adult patients. More ... professionals, medical residents, fellows, and students. Internal Medicine ...
... Baptist Health System, one,of Alabama,s largest healthcare ... to bring together the health-improvement,needs of local employers ... its four hospitals. Aegis brings nearly 20 years, ... with the unique,healthcare needs of area employees., ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:U of M study: Online intervention paramount for reducing HIV in high-risk population 2Health News:Top UHW-W Officers Violated Federal Law, Deceived Members in Diverting Millions in Dues Money to Outside Fund 2Health News:Top UHW-W Officers Violated Federal Law, Deceived Members in Diverting Millions in Dues Money to Outside Fund 3Health News:Top UHW-W Officers Violated Federal Law, Deceived Members in Diverting Millions in Dues Money to Outside Fund 4Health News:Berkery Noyes Represents Princeton Media Associates in Its Sale to HMP Communications/Alta 2Health News:Berkery Noyes Represents Princeton Media Associates in Its Sale to HMP Communications/Alta 3Health News:Pituitary Hormone May Boost Women's Heart Risk 2Health News:Internal Medicine 2008 media advisory 2Health News:Alabama's Baptist Health System and Aegis Health Group Partner to Address Local Employers Health-Management Concerns 2
(Date:9/17/2014)... YORK , Sept. 17, 2014  Levi & ... in connection with possible claims of breaches of fiduciary ... To get more information, click here: ... you. If you own common stock in ... please contact Eduard Korsinsky, Esq. either via ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... , Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ... white paper discussing improvements in the development ... structures for both normal and diseased tissue ... information, simplifies surgical procedures, lowers surgical costs ... surgical procedures. The clinical ...
(Date:9/17/2014)... , Sept. 17, 2014 Bronstein, Gewirtz & ... purchasers of the securities of PDL BioPharma, Inc. ("PDL ... -News).  Such investors are advised to contact Peretz ... Kimelman at info@bgandg.com or 212-697-6484. ... certain of its executives violated federal securities laws. ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Patient Outcomes Improve When Molecular Chemical Imaging Technology Is Used to Aid Robotic Surgical Procedures, According to New White Paper 2Shareholder Alert: Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC Investigates claims on behalf of Investors of PDL BioPharma, Inc. --PDLI 2
The Eppendorf Maxipettor is a continuously adjustable pipette for precise pipetting of volumes up to 10 ml (in 10 l increments). Even liquids with a high vapor pressure or viscosity can be pipetted w...
... The Repeater Plus, a handheld manual ... saving time on long series pipetting. Its ... exceptional support for research tasks, and its ... with repetitive work. The nine Combitips allow ...
eValuator fixed-curve diagnostic electrophysiology catheters offer an effective balance between clinical performance and cost....
The True Non-Compliant Balloon....
Medicine Products: