This study collected data on the relationship between antioxidants intake and brain tumors.
The results showed that high intake of vitamin E correlated with greater survival, and dietary supplementation with vitamins C and E was found to reduce the incidence of brain tumors in children whose mothers took these vitamins throughout pregnancy.
The authors concluded that administration of antioxidants can reduce the incidence of brain tumors.
More details can be found in the study.
Heidemarie Haupt, Fred Scheibe, Birgit Mazurek