Vitamin C Causes Cancer?? Not So Fast

August 2001
Environmental Nutrition;Aug2001, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p3
Examines the risk of Vitamin C as cause of cancer according to researchers in the United States. Identification of DNA-damaging substance called genotoxins on the vitamin C experimentation; Statement of Ian A., Blair, professor of pharmacology, regarding the assurance on the therapeutic use of Vitamin C for cancer prevention; Suggestions on the proper dosage intake of Vitamin C.


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