Folic acid unlikely to increase risk of cancer
from Medical News Today
Folic acid supplements are unlikely to increase people's risk of cancer when taken for up to 5 years. The finding came from new research which looked at data on nearly 50,000 people. Short-term use of folic acid supplements is unlikely to considerably increase or decrease overall cancer risk and has little impact on the risk of developing any specific cancers, such as prostate, colon, lung and breast.
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