Folic acid, homocysteine, and cardiovascular disease: Judging causality in the face of inconclusive trial evidence

  • Wald D
  • Morris J
  • Law M
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Increasing intake of folic acid would be a relatively cheap and simple way of reducing heart disease, if it works. Can we draw a definitive conclusion from the current evidence?

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