The effect of supplemental vitamins and minerals on the development of prostate cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis Full Text
Family Practice,  Evidence Based Medicine

Stratton J et al. – There is no convincing evidence that the use of supplemental multivitamins or any specific vitamin affects the occurrence or severity of prostate cancer. There was high heterogeneity among the studies so it is possible that unidentified subgroups may benefit or be harmed by the use of vitamins.

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