Higher micronutrient intake is associated with reduced risk of bladder cancer

Summary This study investigated the association between micronutrients intake and bladder cancer. A questionnaire was administered to 322 patients with bladder cancer and 239 persons without bladder cancer. The researchers concluded that higher intakes of carotenoids, vitamin D, thiamin, niacin, and vitamin E were associated with a reduced risk of bladder cancer. Further details can…

Cruciferous vegetables consumption reduces the risk of kidney cancer

Summary This article collects different studies on the relationship between cruciferous vegetables consumption and the risk of kidney cancer. 10 studies were included and analyzed. The authors concluded that cruciferous vegetables consumption is related to the decreased risk of kidney cancer. More details can be found in the study. References Ben Liu, Qiqi Mao, Xiao Wang, Feng Zhou, Jindan…

Vitamin megadose decreases tumor recurrence in bladder cancer patients

Summary This study examined the benefits of vitamin supplements in the prevention of bladder cancer. 65 bladder cancer patients receiving Bacillus Calmette–Guérin (BCG) vaccination for cancer treatment were enrolled in the study. In addition to this treatment, the participants were given multiple vitamins in the recommended daily allowance (RDA) or RDA multivitamins plus 40,000 units…