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New study raises questions about antioxidant use in lung cancer patients
Washington Post

The supermarket labels touting the benefits of antioxidant-rich foods such as frozen berries and green tea are so ubiquitous that many people assume that taking extra doses in the form of supplements is beneficial. But a growing body of evidence, including a study published Wednesday, suggests that high doses may do more harm than good in patients with certain types of cancer.