Andrea Posted November 10, 2004 Share Posted November 10, 2004 Hi. I picked up a flyer at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for a "Phase III Chemoprevention Randomized Trial of Selenium Supplementation in Persons with Resected Stage I Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer." It says "a study to evaluate whether Selenium yeast tablet can prevent new lung cancers in people with surgically removed non-small cell lung cancer as compared to patietns taking a placebo yeast" It further reads "Selenium is a trace element that occrs naturally in the human body with little or no known toxicity when taken as a supplement and has shown promiing results in preventing the incidence of cancer in labratory animals." "If you have stage I non-small cell lung cancer which has been surgically removed within the last 3 to 36 months and you are currently disease-free, you may be eligible to join the study" "To find out more about the study or to sign up, please contact Donato Kusuanco at 310-423-1850 or Ronald Legaspi a 310-423-5038 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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