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Scientists have taken another step toward proving that broccoli is good for you. Building on earlier work showing that a chemical in the vegetable, called sulforaphane, can boost production of anticancer enzymes in human cells in test tubes, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions have proven that the chemical can block the formation of breast cancer in rats treated with a potent cancer-causing molecule called DMBA.
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