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RESEARCH SUPPORT, U.S. GOV'T, P.H.S.
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Diet modification and gastric cancer prevention.

The relative strengths of the etiologic factors identified for gastric cancer are discussed. On the basis of available scientific data, it is recommended that dietary prevention of gastric cancer be based on attempts to reduce the ingestion of foods with a high content of salt and to increase the intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. Other identified etiologic factors offer promise and are being investigated but do not yet justify recommendation to the general public.

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