Antioxidants and cancer: do they, could they really work?

For much of the past 30 years or so there has been a great deal of effort to try to prove that antioxidants — and most specifically dietary antioxidants like some vitamins — can be used to either prevent the onset of certain cancers or to prevent the progression of early-stage cancers after a diagnosis. … READ MORE …

Cancer prevention: one man’s opinion

In an editorial commentary on OncologySTAT, Schwartzenberg discusses where we stand on the issue of vitamins, micronutrients, and cancer prevention in general after the negative result of the SELECT trial, but his views are also applicable to prostate cancer in particular. … READ MORE …