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  • Mark Sutton
    Sorry, don t know why this happened! Here s the missing bottom portion (with an appropriately edited table of contents)... Best, Mark, Editor
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2003
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      Sorry, don't know why this happened! Here's the missing bottom portion
      (with an appropriately edited table of contents)... Best, Mark, Editor

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      TABLE OF CONTENTS:

      08: Articles: Vegetarianism
      09: Article: The Value of/on Human Life
      10: Humor: Velcro Farms in Crisis
      11: Resources
      12: 1st Annual International Humane Education Conf.
      13: Animal Rights 2003
      14: Donations to the Mad Cowboy Documentary
      15: Howard's Schedule
      16: Answer to Last Issue's Question
      17: Next Issue
      18: Closing Thought(s)


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      *08: Articles: Vegetarianism
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      CHEMICALS IN VEGGIES CUT LUNG CANCER RISK
      "Chemicals found in broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, and other cruciferous
      vegetables may protect against lung cancer, according to a new study
      conducted jointly with US and Chinese researchers.

      Researchers studied more than 18,000 men. They found that the men with
      detectable amounts of chemicals known as isothiocyanates in their bodies
      had a 36% lower chance of developing lung cancer over 10 years.
      Isothiocyanates are found in broccoli and other so called "cruciferous"
      vegetables.

      The study is the first to link levels of isothiocyanates with a decrease in
      cancer risk, as previous studies had relied on dietary questionnaires that
      give no information on absorption or blood levels.

      According to one of the researchers, it is more prudent to "just eat the
      vegetables", rather than looking for benefits from supplements.

      (The Lancet August 26th 2000;356:724-729 )

      [Excerpted from:
      http://www.mercola.com/2000/nov/12/vegetables_lung_cancer.htm


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