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Dietary supplements show "no evidence" of cancer risk reduction -- cancer society.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS SHOW "NO EVIDENCE" OF CANCER RISK REDUCTION, the American Cancer Society maintained in just-released consumer guidelines on nutrition and cancer prevention. Finalized in late August, the guidelines state that "strong evidence associates a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and other plant foods with reduced risk of cancer, but there is no evidence at this time that supplements can reduce cancer risk."
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