New research shows that people with high levels of vitamin B6 are less likely to develop lung cancer than those with low concentrations. Reporting in the June 16 Journal of the American Medical Association, Paul Brennan of the International Agency for Research on Cancer and an international team of researchers calculated that people with vitamin B6 levels ranking in the top one-fourth of all the samples taken had less than half the risk of lung cancer as those with the lowest vitamin B6.
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