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Cancer Prevention Study 3 : Participate!!

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What does diet have to do with it? EVERYTHING!!

The China Study: We now know exactly how to prevent almost all cancer!

This presentation to the Vegetarian Society of Hawaii by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University, tells us pretty much everything we need to know. This is a comprehensive overview of The China Study, the most comprehensive study on health and nutrition ever conducted. Dr Campbell discusses the importance of a plant-based diet in the prevention of diseases such as cancer. Well worth the listen. Pull up a chair and discover.

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