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A new study has found that some drugs prescribed for high blood pressure may increase the risk of pancreatic cancer in postmenopausal women.


The type of drugs cited in this study, a class known as calcium channel blockers, are already known to carry serious dangers to health. Particularly worryingly, research published by the Dr. Rath Research Institute in 2016 showed that they can cause a deficiency of vitamin C inside the cells of the body. This important finding explains the reason behind the increased risk of not just cancer, but also heart disease and other health problems that have been reported in clinical studies examining this class of drugs.

To learn how vitamins have been shown to ‘dramatically’ decrease the risk of pancreatic cancer, and how their benefits can be maximized even further by taking advantage of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s micronutrient synergy approach, read this article on our website.

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