Vitamins show no effect on bladder cancer prevention

06/1/2010 | HealthDay News

Data from almost 90,000 patient questionnaires found vitamins do not appear to protect against bladder cancer in men. One survey of 10,000 men who had prostate screening found that more than 60% said they took supplements, with multivitamins, fish oil and vitamin C being the most commonly used.

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