By Kyle J. Norton Intake of function food beet root regularly not only lowers the early occurrence but also provides a natural treatment of bladder cancer without inducing adverse effects. Bladder cancer is a medical condition characterized by irregular cell growth and multiplied disorderly and uncontrollably in bladder tissues. According

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