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April 2013 Issue

No Cancer Risk from Folic Acid

High intake of folic acid is not associated with an increased or decreased incidence of cancers, according to a new meta-analysis of studies. For several years, researchers have been concerned about the potential for increased cancer risk related to excess folic acid supplementation, especially given that the FDA implemented a folic acid food fortification program in 1996.

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