Folate: A magic bullet or a double edged sword for colorectal cancer prevention?

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Abstract

Low folate status might inhibit colorectal carcinogenesis and high folate status may promote colorectal carcinogenesis, contradicting findings from epidemiological studies showing an inverse relationship between folate status and risk of colorectal cancer

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  • Young In Kim

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