Study: Antioxidant-vitamin combo may increase cancer risk

10/1/2004 | Guardian (London), The

Antioxidants may be putting those who take them at greater risk of dying from cancer, according to a scientific review comparing users with a control group taking placebos. The problem was traced to combinations of beta-carotene with vitamin A or vitamin E, according to a study published in the Lancet. The authors advised, however, the study does not have "convincing proof of hazard."

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