Multivitamins Don't Reduce Colon Cancer Death Risk
Taking multivitamins does not reduce colorectal cancer patients' risk of dying or, among survivors, the likelihood that the cancer will return, a new study shows.
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#1 Sep 11, 2010
REDICULOUS! Supplementing what your body specifically needs only makes sense. Every drug causes some or many drug induced nutritional deficiencies. Chemotherapy is an extremely toxic drug which at times is absolutely necessary; however, 40% of cancer patients die of starvation.
I have been living now four years after MD Anderson told me to go home there was nothing else that could be done for me. I work, live, love, walk, enjoy my family. I have a good quality life thanks to Dr. June Meymand, Dallas, Tx. who put me on a supplement program specific to what my body needed.
These research projects give all patients the identical multivitamin which are probably the ones with a thousand ingredients in one pill and then say it does not help. How warped can a progjest be? Supplements have at least 50 years of research that shows great results but the major drug companies don't want those results published.
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