Fruits intake lessens oral cancer risk

Researchers from Harvard school of Public Health, Boston has nearly proved that consuming high quantities of fruits, especially citrus fruits and other juices, to significantly lower risk of developing oral premalignant lesions and irregular tissue leading to the formation of oral cancer.

Most oral squamous cell carcinomas occur from a premalignant precursor. Squamous cell carcinoma, the second most ordinary form of skin cancer, is chiefly composed of epidermis, the cells, which make up the outer layer of the skin.