$2 saved in health costs per $1 spent on vitamin B supplement

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A new health economics analysis has revealed that regular supplementation with Insolar, a vitamin B3 derivative produced by Blackmores, which can reduce the risk of new skin cancers significantly, potentially saves the government two dollars for every dollar a person spends on the supplement. Non-melanoma skin cancer is the second most expensive cancer in Australia,

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