Sydney: Drinking tea seems to lower odds of ovarian cancer, Australian research involving 1,000 women says.Dada Su from Curtin University co-authored the study in China, involving 500 patients of ovarian carcinoma and the other half being unaffected, who completed a questionnaire about tea consumption. They drank a mixture of green, black and oolong tea.
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