A study funded by a juice maker found men who drank the beverage had a longer time until doubling of their blood levels of PSA -- a protein that indicates the presence of prostate cancer.
Come on-a my house, my house I'm gonna give a youFigs and dates and grapes and cakes eh
And if you're a "juice maker" and you want to sell some, you know, juice, well what you do, see, is you get you some of them there scientific fellers and you find out it prevents cancer. Or even maybe prevents cancer. And then you just start makin' more as fast as you can.Hey, if you can sell oat bran that way you can sell anything.