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Folate, B Vitamins Reduce Homocysteine Levels, But Not CVD Risk – NEJM

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Results from two recent studies on reduction of homocysteine with B vitamins and folic acid may lead to a reexamination of the hypothesis that lowering homocysteine levels reduces the risk for cardiovascular disease
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