Studies have shown that sulforaphane may reduce a man’s risk of getting prostate cancer and may reduce cancer progression.
Research has also shown that sulforaphane may reduce a woman’s risk of getting breast cancer.
One study showed that smokers who consumed sulforaphane had a lower risk of getting lung cancer. Additional studies on sulforaphane’s influence on lung cancer are currently underway.
Another study showed that people who consumed sulforaphane were more likely to survive bladder cancer compared to those who consumed little or no sulforaphane.
Sulforaphane protects a key anti-cancer gene (p53). The p53 gene is currently central to cancer prevention and treatment studies. Sulforaphane’s protection of this crucial gene indicates potentially a very important role in the treatment of a wide range of cancers.
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