Resources

The ANH-Intl archive of newsletters, documents, infographics, other pdfs and press releases

  • Another Trial Designed To Fail: ANH Critiques Lin's Cancer Prevention Study

    Read how yet another study has been designed to fail—or designed to prevent vitamin sales perhaps?

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  • Cookbook science: a half-baked approach

    Drs Steve Hickey and Robert Verkerk's comment which accompanied the longer critique released on 8 January 2009 of Dr Jennifer Lin and colleagues randomised controlled trial on vitamin supplements and cancer, published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

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  • ANH Innovators Club Special Bulletin

    EU regulatory overview.

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  • ANHIC Special Bulletin Dec 2008

    ANH Innovators Club Special Bulletin - Dec 2008

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  • Codex Guidelines for Nutrition and Health Claims

    Codex guidelines for the use of nutrition and health claims, as amended 2009.

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  • Press Release - 081118 Faulty study targets vitamins C and E

    Released on 18th November 2008, jointly with the American Association for Health Freedom, drawing attention to the gross inadequacies of Howard Sesso and colleagues' Physicians' Health Study II in assessing the value of vitamins C and E in the prevention of heart disease.

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  • ANH rebuttal to PHSII: "Designed to fail—a trial without meaning"

    This is the ANH rebuttal to Sesso et al's findings from the Physicians' Health StudyII, published in JAMA in November 2008. The study generated international headlines suggesting that vitamin C and E supplements were ineffective for the prevention of heart disease.

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  • ANH rebuttal to PHSII: "Designed to fail—a trial without meaning" (1)

    This is the ANH rebuttal to Sesso et al's findings from the Physicians' Health StudyII, published in JAMA in November 2008. The study generated international headlines suggesting that vitamin C and E supplements were ineffective for the prevention of heart disease.

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  • ANH rebuttal to PHSII: "Designed to fail—a trial without meaning" (2)

    This is the ANH rebuttal to Sesso et al's findings from the Physicians' Health Study II, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in November 2008. The study generated international headlines suggesting that vitamin C and E supplements were ineffective for the prevention of heart disease.

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  • Sue McGinty on EU health claims and nutrigenomics

    Sue McGinty from South Bank University has published through IFIS an informative article on how the EU's attempt to harmonise nutrition and health claims conflicts with the varying needs of individuals and subpopulations.

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