Eating a diet rich in Vitamins C, E, and Selenium could help significantly cut the risk of developing pancreatic cancer.
British researchers tracked the diet and health of more than 23,000 adults and found those who consumed the most selenium dropped their risk in half compared to those who consumed the least.
Those who had diets rich in all three vitamins were 67-percent less likely to develop the disease -- which has the worst prognosis rate of any cancer.
Selenium is found in foods such as nuts, seeds, fish, meat and grains.
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