Vitamin E Decreases Lung Cancer Risk

CLINICAL trials
VITAMIN E -- Therapeutic use
LUNGS -- Cancer -- Prevention
CANCER -- Patients
ANTIOXIDANTS

Abstract:The article presents findings on a case-control study which examines the significance of vitamin E (alpha tocopherol) against lung cancer. According to the study, vitamin E, which is known for its antioxidant effects, reduces the risk of lung cancer. As part of the study, researchers reviewed the dietary habits and vitamin E intake of 1088 patients with lung cancer.

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