The latest report from our Continuous Update Project (CUP), the process by which we rigorously review the global science linking diet, weight and physical activity to various cancers, focuses on the prevention of prostate cancer. We released it last night; this press release reviews the highlights, and takes you to the full report.
One new finding is that obesity is now recognized as a risk factor for advanced prostate cancer – the most deadly type.
Like all previous CUP Reports, Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity and Prostate Cancer gives our expert panel the chance to review the research collected since the publication of our 2007 AICR/WCRF expert report, and to update their judgments about the strength of the evidence on specific links.
Which, this time at least, is just what they did. revealing how quickly the field of prostate cancer research has changed in just seven years.
Prostate Cancer Is Not One Disease – The panel’s judgments on specific links have changed because prostate cancer is now being studied differently than the way it was in 2007. Today, researchers know that not all prostate cancers are alike. Read more… “Preventing Prostate Cancer: The More We Learn, The Less We Know”