Study says extra vitamins have little effect on lung cancer risk

02/29/2008 | Reuters

Vitamin supplements do not reduce a person's risk of developing lung cancer, and vitamin E supplements can actually raise the risk, a study of more than 77,000 people found. Researchers say that although vitamin-rich foods seem to be associated with a reduced risk of cancer, vitamins in packaged pills do not appear to have the same effect.

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