USPSTF Doesn’t See Forest Of VMS Benefits For Trees Of Reducing Cancer, Heart Disease Risks
US Preventative Services Task Force concludes evidence doesn't support recommending VMS use to prevent cancer or cardiovascular disease. Trade groups and a natural medicine expert say task force's focus is narrow and its recommendation misleading.
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