Objective: Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has long been recognized to exert protective effects on carcinogenesis in breast, prostate and colon malignancies. Recent data suggests that CLA plays a key role in inhibiting several important survival pathways in breast carcinoma cell lines. However, data on effects of CLA in epithelial ovarian carcinoma are lacking and was the focus of this study.
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