Research Roundup

January 2012 Issue

Research Roundup: January 2012

Antioxidants have different effects on breast cancer patients. In a five-year study of nearly 2,300 women with early-stage breast cancer, those who used either vitamin C or E had a lower risk of recurrence than those who did not use them, while women who regularly used a mix of carotenoids (vitamin A, beta-carotene and lutein) had a higher risk of dying from breast cancer or other cause.

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