PROSTATE -- Cancer
Abstract:There is convincing evidence that vitamin E succinate significantly reduces human prostate cancer growth in experimental models compared with ?-tocopherol or tocopheryl acetate. Its intact delivery to cancer cells is questionable when administered orally; however, a study in transgenic mice showed a synergistic inhibitory effect of dietary vitamin E succinate, selenium, and lycopene on prostate cancer incidence. Clinical trials have yet to confirm this effect.
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