Mayo Clinic researchers presented study findings at 06/2007 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting. Subjects receiving ginseng reported higher vitality, less fatigue, increased emotional/spiritual wellbeing.
High blood levels of alpha-tocopherol or gamma-tocopherol, (vitamin E forms), cut risk of prostate cancer 50% in new analysis of ATBC trial, supporting original conclusions. Dietary, but not supplementary, vitamin E, is key.
Dietary gamma-tocopherol was associated with a 32% reduction in the risk of advanced prostate cancer, according to a National Cancer Institute researcher (Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention journal).