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NEJM STUDY "DOES NOT NECESSARILY UNDERMINE" ANTIOXIDANTS' ROLE

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NEJM STUDY "DOES NOT NECESSARILY UNDERMINE" ANTIOXIDANTS' ROLE in "reducing the risk of some types of cancer," the Council for Responsible Nutrition said in a prepared response to the publication of a study in the July 21 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine. The 751-patient clinical study, conducted by Robert Greenberg, MD, Dartmouth Medical School, et al., found that regimens of beta carotene and vitamins C and E did not reduce the incidence of new colorectal polyps over four years.
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