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Read the 'warning' carefully: 'the majority of anti-cancer treatments aim to generate ROS' = reactive oxygen = toxicity. The anti-cancer pharmaceutical drugs are a million times stronger than antioxidants. But who is to blame for promoting cancer growth and eventual death? Not the toxic drugs, God forbid. No. It's the villain antioxidants, which in countless scientific 'studies' are otherwise deemed useless and ineffective. If Jim Watson isn't paid for his enlightened 'research' by Big Pharma, I'll eat my entire bottle of antioxidants in one go.

Posted by Vardit Kohn
17 January 2013 | 22h41

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