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Study: Changing diet may affect colon cancer risk

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In a study, 20 African-Americans and 20 South Africans swapped diets. The South African cornmeal and bean diet reduced the colon cancer risk among the African-Americans, while the African-American meat protein and fats diet increased the risk factors among South Africans in only two weeks.