Analysis links vitamin B6 to lower risk of colon cancer

03/17/2010 | Google

Pyridoxal-phosphate, the main active coenzyme form of vitamin B6, may help prevent colon cancer, according to an analysis of study data. Researchers said taking vitamin B6 supplements did not appear to reduce the risk, but higher blood pyridoxal-phosphate levels were inversely related to a lower risk of colorectal cancer.

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