Malignancy risk independent of folic acid supplementation By Lynda Williams.

Clarke et al comment: ‘The median daily dose of folic acid in the trials was 2.0 mg, which is greater than in most widely used nutritional vitamin supplements and an purchase of magnitude greater than the dose typically delivered by flour fortification programmes .’ Nevertheless, Joshua Miller and Cornelia Ulrich create within an accompanying commentary that the results should be ‘viewed with caution.’ They note that the 6 percent upsurge in overall malignancy risk and the 15 percent increase in prostate cancers risk were both close to statistical significance, and that although these dangers are little, they could place people receiving extreme folic acid from usage of both products and fortified foods at risk. ‘The complexity of the biological relation between folate and cancer requires cautious interpretation,’ Miller and Ulrich conclude.Catamaran was called a 2012 Chicago Advancement Awards Top Ten Winner for its Enhanced Coordination of Benefits system. The industry-first program delivers savings for customers through proper identification of the appropriate payer of a claim while improving the quality of care and the delivery of benefits for patients. Catamaran's Enhanced Coordination of Benefits program may be the only offering in the marketplace that’s performed proactively instead of after a claim is processed and paid, saving dollars, resources and time, said John Romza, Catamaran's Executive Vice President, Innovation and Analysis. It is usually just one example of our passion for creating leading-edge programs that cut costs and pave the way for a healthier, more productive culture.

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