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In the October 30, 2007 issue of THE NEW YORK TIMES in the Health Section, Paul is featured in an article entitled, "In Broccoli Spouts, Protection From UV Rays."
Paul's Brassica Chemoprotection Laboratory is featured online on CBS News.Com in an article entitled, "Broccoli Compound Shows Promise For Treating Autism". 10/14/14
Congratulations to Paul for being awarded the Linus Pauling Institute Prize for Health Research in 2005. This award is one of the leading honors in the world for scientists studying micronutrients, diet, and other natural approaches to disease prevention. Please click here to view the press release and picture of award.
Paul was recognized for his lifelong and exemplary contributions to cancer research by the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) on Sunday, March 28, 2004 at the 95th AACR Annual Meeting that was held in Orlando, Florida. Paul received the 2004 AACR-DeWitt S. Goodman Memorial Lectureship, and he delivered a 40-minute Award Lecture at this annual meeting. Congratulations, Paul!
In the May 28, 2002 issue of THE JHU GAZETTE, there is an article entitled, "Dietary Component Kills Bacterial Cause of Ulcers, Stomach Cancer" featuring Paul, Jed Fahey, and other researchers. The research team discovered that sulforaphane, a compound found in broccoli and broccoli sprouts, kills the bacterium in laboratory studies.
In the March 7, 2002 issue of INSIDE JOHNS HOPKINS an article entitled, "Broccoli Brew: Tea for Tumors?" , features Dr. Paul Talalay and other researchers. These researchers have brewed up a tea they say combines that beverage's natural disease-fighting properties with one found in broccoli. And they're offering it, for now, only in Colorado!
In the March 2002 issue of the DOME, Paul is featured in an article entited, "What's on Your Plate?"