Past research has shown that red wine may help boost our heart health, when taken in moderation. But a new study out this year shows that the resveratrol in red wine might also be able to prevent further growth of breast cancer cells. That research, published in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology journal, was done in a lab, but it showed that applying resveratrol to lines of breast cancer cells led to hindrance of cell growth. However, editor of the journal Dr. Gerald Weissmann told the Press Association that this doesn't mean people should drink red wine with the expectation that it will stop breast cancer. "What it does mean, however, is that scientists haven't yet finished distilling the secrets of good health that have been hidden in natural products such as red wine," he told the Press Association.
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