Study suggests eating watercress may slow progress of cancer cells

Sixsmith, Rachel
September 2010
Horticulture Week;9/24/2010, p29
Trade Publication
The article presents a study conducted by the Watercress Alliance regarding the effectiveness of eating watercress in halting the progression of cancer cells.


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