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Selenium anti-cancer effects in JAMA study may not apply to women -- editorial.

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SELENIUM CANCER PREVENTION EFFECT IN WOMEN UNCLEAR based on a large, randomized trial of the trace element's effect on cancer incidence published in the Dec. 25 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, Graham Colditz, Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, points out in an accompanying editorial. The study, conducted by Larry Clark, PhD, et al., University of Arizona, found that in a cohort of 1,312 patients, selenium supplementation reduced the incidence of and mortality from carcinomas of several sites.
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