Jan 29, 2014 ... 29, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Smokers and other people at high risk for lung
cancer could make matters worse if they take antioxidant ...
Oct 7, 2015 ... The progression makes the disease even more deadly. ... daily megadoses of the
antioxidant beta-carotene increased the risk of lung cancer in male ... In other
words, it “could be that while antioxidants might prevent DNA ... them from
producing antioxidants or that ramp up free radical levels inside of the ...
Jan 29, 2014 ... “There's a possibility that antioxidants would speed up the growth of those tumors
. ... V.I. Sayin et al., “Antioxidants accelerate lung cancer progression in mice ... >
80% of lung adenos are p53 mutant, so this could affect only a ...
Jan 30, 2014 ... Antioxidants are often pushed as being beneficial for health, largely based on
speculations and uncertain observational studies. But could ...
Oct 19, 2015 ... The use of antioxidant supplements by cancer patients has been a ... 2014 in
WebMD Could Antioxidants Speed Up Cancer Progression?
Oct 15, 2015 ... Antioxidants speed up cancer spread in mice: Study ... to boost health and slow
ageing could in fact spur the spread of melanoma, the deadliest ... "Our results
suggest that antioxidants promote disease progression, at least in ...
Jan 30, 2014 ... Taking high doses of antioxidants such as vitamin E may lead to ... may speed up
the progression of lung cancer in smokers and other high-risk patients. ...
supplements of antioxidants may be linked to health risks and could ...
Oct 15, 2015 ... In order to investigate what effect antioxidants had on cancer cells, ... as vitamin E
could actually speed up the progression of lung cancer in ...
Jan 31, 2014 ... If you have a small, undiagnosed lung tumor, it could speed up the ... Citation:
Antioxidants Accelerate Lung Cancer Progression in Mice.
Jan 29, 2014 ... Lab mice that already had cancer were given vitamin E and a drug ... antioxidants
might be harmful and it could speed up the growth of that tumor." ... Cancer
Progression in Mice," by V.I. Sayin et al. Science Translational ...