Washington: Scientists have confirmed the association between high blood concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids and an increased risk of prostate cancer.The latest findings indicate that high concentrations of EPA, DPA and DHA - the three anti-inflammatory and metabolically related fatty acids derived from fatty fish and fish-oil supplements - are associated with a 71 percent increased risk of high-grade prostate cancer.The study also found a 44 percent increase in the risk of low-grade prostate cancer and an overall 43 percent increase in risk for all prostate cancers.The increase in risk for high-grade prostate cancer is important because those tumours are more likely to be fatal.
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