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Antioxidant in Red Wine Found to Destroy Pancreatic Cancer Cells
January 1, 2016

Antioxidant in Red Wine Found to Destroy Pancreatic Cancer Cells

Do you love a glass of really good wine? In addition to its pleasing taste and relaxation factor, you may have heard that red wine (in moderation, of course) is even good for your heart health, among other things. Now there’s one more reason to have a glass of your favorite red during Thanksgiving dinner! Researchers have found that the antioxidant found in red wine can help destroy pancreatic cancer cells. Since November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month, let’s take a closer look at this recent discovery . . .

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