Antioxidants speed lung cancer growth in mice: study

A research technician in a production lab in New York on September 19, 2013. PHOTO | ANDREW BURTON | FILE

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  • "If we gave a low dose, tumours increased a little bit. And if we gave a high dose, tumours increased a lot."
  • A large body of research on antioxidant supplements in humans has returned mixed results

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