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Vitamin E: Dietary and total intake of vitamin E "may have a potential role in reducing [bladder cancer] risk, whereas gamma-tocopherol has no effect," Ladia Hernandez, et al., University of Texas and Texas Women's University, Houston, conclude. Investigators looked at vitamin E intake from dietary sources, diet and supplements, and dietary gamma-tocopherol and "found an inverse relationship between vitamin E intake from dietary sources only and bladder cancer risk [and] a similar inverse relationship was also found for total intake" of vitamin E. Analysis included 468 patients with bladder cancer and 534 control participants who were "frequency-matched on age, gender and ethnicity"...
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