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    Default Study Says "No Demonstrable Value" In Taking Omega-3 To Cut Cancer Risk

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    Richard Hardy
    March 1 2020

    Two newly published systematic reviews from a team of UK researchers have concluded omega-3 supplements confer little to no protective benefit against either cardiovascular disease or cancer. The research builds on prior evidence suggesting fish oil supplements are mostly useless when taken by otherwise healthy individuals.

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