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A study presented at this week's American Association for Cancer Research's annual prevention conference found that of 67 men with prostate cancer, those who drank six cups of green tea a day had less inflammation of the prostate (reduced nuclear factor-kappaB) and reduced PSA scores compared to those who did not. Susanne Henning, Ph.D., R.D., adjunct professor, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles; Mark Soloway, M.D., professor and chairman emeritus, urology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine; Oct. 17, 2012, presentation, American Association of Cancer Research annual prevention conference, Anaheim, Calif.