As part of the week of activities related to Experimental Biology 2010 and the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition, the Carotene Research Interaction Group (CARIG) held its annual conference in Anaheim, California. The topic was carotenoids and cancer. The conference was chaired by Dr Elizabeth Johnson of the Tufts University/Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging and featured five invited presentations closely related to epidemiology, dietary behavior and mechanistic considerations that relate exposure to the full range of carotenoids (carotenes and xanthophylls) to cancer prevention.
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