Published in Health and Medicine Week, September 1st, 2003
"This review describes current research on the preventive effect of dietary vitamin B-6 against colon tumorigenesis and its possible mechanisms. Studies in cell culture have demonstrated that high levels of vitamin B-6 suppress growth of some cancer cells. From these studies it has been considered that supraphysiological doses of vitamin B-6 suppress tumor growth and metastasis," scientists in Japan report.
"However, recent rodent study has indicated that azoxymethane-induced colon tumorigenesis in mice is suppressed by moderate doses of dietary vitamin B-6. Epidemiological...
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