The Washington Post today reports, According to a new study, neither carotenoids (such as lycopene), retinol, nor tocopherols (forms of vitamin E) appear to reduce the odds of prostate malignancy — findings that are in line with two other recent publications.
“Our overall findings are null,” said lead researcher Timothy Key, deputy director of the Cancer Research UK Epidemiology Unit at the University of Oxford, U.K.
According to the article there appears to be an impact on the speed of progression but not a preventative impact.
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