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Antioxidants May Force Cancer Cells to Spread Faster

Antioxidants, which have been said to protect cells from damage, may also cause cancerous cells to grow and thrive, according to a new study published in the journal Nature.

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Antioxidants, which have been said to protect cells from damage, may also cause cancerous cells to grow and thrive, according to a new study published in the journal Nature. The issue needs further study, but people with cancer may want to avoid large doses of antioxidants, despite the touted benefits. (The Washington Post)

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