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In Brief: Vitamin E

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Vitamin E: American Heart Association names vitamin E fourth of top 10 cardiovascular research advances in 1996 due to evidence that it helps prevent coronary heart disease, AHA announces Dec. 16. Specifically, AHA points to a 2,000-patient study in the March 22 issue of The Lancet in which vitamin E supplements reduced myocardial infarcts by 75% ("The Tan Sheet" March 25, p. 11). AHA also cites a May 2 New England Journal of Medicine study on vitamin E in foods given to protect postmenopausal women dying of heart disease ("The Tan Sheet" May 6, p. 14)...





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