Results show the women who took the pills did not lower their overall risk for heart disease or cancer. However, researchers did find some possible benefit for older women. Those 65 and older who get the daily B vitamins were 25 percent less likely to get breast cancer. But, researchers are questioning whether it is a genuine finding or a chance result.
Study: vitamin B may not protect women from disease
The research followed some 5400 who took vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid for more than seven years.