Ohio State Researchers Study Lifestyle-Based Breast Cancer Prevention

Ohio State researchers are working to reduce breast cancer diagnoses by studying lifestyle choices that could promote prevention.

As part of his focus on prevention, the OSUCCC – James’ Sagar Sardesai, MBBS, is involved in studies into possible benefits of nutrition and exercise, including a dietary preparation method that could help more women avoid breast cancer.

“We are working on a clinical trial that’s looking at an antioxidant that’s often found in celery in an attempt to reduce the risk of breast cancer and also weight gain,” Sardesai says.