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Vitamin E and cardiovascular disease

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"The evidence for the efficacy of vitamin E supplementation in cardiovascular disease is beginning to mount but is still somewhat contradictory," David Emmert, MD, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Penn., et al., report in a clinical review entitled "The Role of Vitamin E in the Prevention of Heart Disease," published in the December Archives of Family Medicine. While the authors note vitamin E is safe and "supplementation is the only feasible way to provide large doses" of the nutrient, they also point out data from large prospective and clinical trials, while supportive, has been inconclusive
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