Saturday Oct 29, 2011 (foodconsumer.org) -- Breast cancer patients should take vitamin C and E supplements and avoid use of combination carotenoids, a new study in the Sept 2011 issue of Cancer suggests.
The study shows that breast cancer patients who frequently used vitamin C and vitamin E were almost 30 percent less likely to have recurrence of breast cancer and die from all causes.
Response to Should I throw away my Vitamin E?
asked bypaleohacks (78467)
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on October 30, 2011
at 04:10 PM
Well that recent controversy was about an increased risk of prostate cancer.
I should expect that none of the female breast cancer patients in this study had a prostate gland.