Study: Antioxidants help young leukemia patients

12/28/2004 | Reuters Health

Children with at least one type of leukemia could obtain some relief by maintaining a normal level of antioxidants, according to a recently published study. Researchers said they knew adult cancer patients fared better if their antioxidant concentrations were higher, but little is known about levels in children. The study looked at children being treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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