When systematic reviews go wrong

Widely publicised review of vitamin E leads researchers to call for different methodologies in determining safety vs efficacy A new report by Blackmores Institute’s Christopher Oliver and Southern Cross University’s Stephen Myers has called into question the results of meta-analyses that have found a positive association between vitamin E and all-cause mortality. The authors argue that the methodology applied is technically inaccurate and has inflated the risk of vitamin E.

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