Inexpensive Vitamin Could Cut Risk of Dying from Cancer by 13 Per Cent

Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania recently reported findings showing that people who were deficient in a well-known and readily available vitamin were more than twice as likely to develop pancreatic cancer and also had a higher risk of bowel cancer. Colon and pancreatic cancer are ranked numbers 3 & 13 respectively. [Information you can’t afford to miss learning more about on ‘The Dr. Bob Martin Show’]