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Men who regularly consumed milk may have a high tendency to develop prostate cancer.
Frequent consumption of dairy products and calcium from dairy sources may increase the likelihood of developing prostate cancer in men.
High dietary ingestion of tomatoes may lower prostate cancer risk.
Men who regularly consume lycopene-rich foods, such as tomatoes, have lower incidence of prostate cancer.
Low prostate cancer risk is associated with Black and White males who are strict vegetarians.
Men who regularly consume large servings of allium vegetables, such as garlic and onions, are less likely to develop prostate cancer than rare- or non-consumers of allium vegetables.
Increased intake of processed and unprocessed red meat is associated with high incidence of prostate cancer among Black men.
High consumption of cruciferous vegetables may diminish prostate cancer risk.
High prostate cancer risk may be associated with high consumption of calcium from dairy products.
High intake of dairy products may elevate prostate cancer development, progression, and mortality risk.