Can vitamins combat cancer? A new research finds intriguing correlations between micronutrients and cancer risk.

Studies conducted in the past have investigated the influence that micronutrients have on a variety of health outcomes. 

 Although there is evidence from observational research suggesting that supplementing

a variety of constraints, such as their high associated costs and the inability to effectively power their analysis for cancer outcomes.

Mendelian randomization (MR) studies provide a solution to these problems since they take into account genetic variations as instrumental variables 

 that have been observed in observational studies over the previous decade do not seem to represent causal relationships.

 that were laxer than those used in traditional studies, which resulted in skewed results.

These minerals and vitamins were analyzed for their associations with disease risk.

analysis was performed for each cancer outcome, using the summary data from these cohorts.v

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