Comments for: Rumford dietitian debunks myths about food and cancer

Posted Nov. 15, 2012, at 8:54 a.m.

RUMFORD | A hospital dietitian on Wednesday debunked myths about avoiding cancer by eating certain foods and vitamins. Justin Bakaian led a nutrition workshop at Rumford Hospital as part of a series sponsored by the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing in Lewiston. Speaking to a small …

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  • Anonymous

    I’ve often wondered about much of the (in)famous Dr. Oz and his advice. I still remember, as a kid, the the Italian man at our neighborhood grocery and deli sampling the salami and insisting that the more garlic, the better–it prevented cancer. He died a couple of years later, of stomach cancer if I remember correctly.

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