Garlic and onions in cancer chemistry

These common kitchen staples have complex interactions with cancer mechanisms. Accessed:; Credit: Holly Ladd (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Salvia Novianti Widjaja

Salvia Novianti Widjaja

Salvia is a Cancer Research and Precision Oncology postgraduate student at the University of Glasgow. Aside from her fascination with cancer, she also loves to bake, watch movies, and play games.

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    […] research has found that eating garlic and onions may be linked to a lowered risk of breast cancer2. One study focused on the consumption of sofrito, a popular condiment made from garlic and onions. […]

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