Very high doses of vitamin C boosted the effectiveness of chemotherapy in mice and helped human patients tolerate their treatment, according to a new study.

Very high doses of vitamin C boosted the effectiveness of chemotherapy in mice and helped human patients tolerate their treatment, according to a new study.

( Karen Tapia-Andersen )

Very high doses of vitamin C boosted the effectiveness of chemotherapy in mice and helped human patients tolerate their treatment, according to a new study.

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