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JAMA Vitamin E Citation Report Supports Looking Past Traditional Trial Model

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A Journal of the American Medical Association report on citations of observational studies that show a cardiovascular benefit for vitamin E adds support for looking beyond the clinical trial model for supplement evidence, according to the Council for Responsible Nutrition

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