Dietary intakes of vitamins A, C, and E and risk of melanoma in two cohorts of women

Within the two Nurses' Health Study cohorts of US women, we examined whether higher intakes of vitamin C, vitamin E, retinol, or individual tocopherols or carotenoids are associated with a lower risk of melanoma. We confirmed 414 cases of invasive melanoma among over 162 000 Caucasian women aged 25–77 years during more than 1.6 million person-years of… CONTINUE READING