Breast Cancer

1. Raman Spectroscopic Measurements of Dermal Carotenoids in Breast Cancer Operated Patients Provide Evidence for the Positive Impact of a Dietary Regimen Rich in Fruit and Vegetables on Body Oxidative Stress and BC Prognostic Anthropometric Parameters: A Five-Year Study

2. Plasma carotenoids and risk of breast cancer over 20 y of follow-up

3. Lycopene and Beta-carotene Induce Cell-Cycle Arrest and Apoptosis in Human Breast Cancer Cell Lines

4. Circulating Carotenoids and Risk of Breast Cancer: Pooled Analysis of Eight Prospective Studies

5. Carotenoid intakes and risk of breast cancer defined by estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor status: a pooled analysis of 18prospective cohort studies

6. Carotenoids and breast cancer risk: a meta-analysis and meta-regression

Colorectal Cancer

1. Anticancer effects of fucoxanthin and fucoxanthinol on colorectal cancer cell lines and colorectal cancer tissues

2. Carotenoid Intake and Colorectal Cancer Risk: The Multiethnic Cohort Study

3. Dietary Carotenoids and Risk of Colorectal Cancer in a Pooled Analysis of11 Cohort Studies

4. Dietary Carotenoids and Risk of Colon Cancer:Case-Control Study

5. Antioxidants, Carotenoids, and Risk of Rectal Cancer

Prostate Cancer

1. Dietary Carotenoid Intakes and Prostate Cancer Risk: A Case-Control Study from Vietnam

2. Effect of Carotene and Lycopene on the Risk of Prostate Cancer: A Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies

3. Lycopene and Risk of Prostate Cancer: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

4. Antitumor Effects of Saffron-Derived Carotenoids in Prostate Cancer Cell Models

5. A Meta-Analysis of Dietary Carotenoids and Prostate Cancer Incidence

6. Serum Lycopene, Other Carotenoids, and Prostate Cancer Risk: a Nested Case-Control Study in the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer Screening Trial

Skin Cancer

1. Vitamin A Intake and Risk of Melanoma: A Meta-Analysis

2. Association of Vitamin A and Carotenoid Intake with Melanoma Risk in a Large Prospective Cohort

Stomach Cancer

1. Vitamin A, retinol, and carotenoids and the risk of gastric cancer: a prospective cohort study