Recent study finds vitamin D deficiency linked to faster growth of breast cancer in mice

Posted on: March 3, 2016   by  Vitamin D Council

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Researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine recently discovered that breast tumors in vitamin D deficient mice grow faster and are more likely to metastasize compared to tumors in vitamin D sufficient mice.

Get the scoop by reading Stanford Medicine’s recent article.

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