Cancer: Vitamin E can stop it (in mice, anyway)

A form of vitamin E kills cancer in mice, researchers have found.  Researchers from Arizona University added the chemically-altered vitamin E into mouse food.  The mice that ate the super-chow had a 4.8 times reduction in the number of tumours that spread to the lungs compared with those who were given standard food.

OK, that’s the mice sorted.  Now how about us humans?

(Source: Cancer Research, 2006; 66: 9374-8).


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