Study: Antioxidants don't protect against cancer

01/31/2008 | Yahoo!

Overall, antioxidant supplements do not reduce the risk of cancer, and beta carotene supplements increased the risk of cancer 10% among smokers, according to a study of more than 100,000 patients. Researchers found selenium supplements decreased the risk of cancer 23% among men but had no impact in women.

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