December 2005 Issue
High-Dose Antioxidants Risky for Cancer Patients
Following an American Cancer Society survey showing that half of cancer patients take supplements, a prominent oncologist reviewed the evidence. Her report recommends that cancer patients receiving radiation or chemotherapy not take large doses of antioxidants.
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