Beta Carotene and Lung cancer

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Beta Carotene and Lung cancer

by stacey78 on Mon Apr 28, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi, My father in law has non-small cell lung cancer that has metastisized to his brain and liver.  I started him on the Reliv supplement, but am now concerned because I discovered the NCI studies that indicated beta carotene caused higher incidenes of cancer for smokers.  I am assuming the risk is the same or worse for cancer patients, btw, he is still smoking :-(!!   Do any of you know what amounts are considered unsafe for a smoker/ cancer patient and/or what amounts were used in the study?  Also, are there any supplements without beta carotene?   

RE: Beta Carotene and Lung cancer

by zipnips2 on Thu Dec 08, 2011 06:02 AM

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here sone thoughts look into inhaling arm and hammer sodium bicarb

also a little pricier jasmin metholi tevery effective when inhaledcan irritate throat for a`while

phil

RE: Beta Carotene and Lung cancer

by zipnips2 on Thu Dec 08, 2011 06:05 AM

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here sone thoughts look into inhaling arm and hammer sodium bicarb

also a little pricier jasmin methylite  every effective when inhaledcan irritate throat for a`while

phil

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