A recent study found that maintaining vitamin D levels of at least 30 ng/ml was associated with a 60% decreased risk in developing bladder cancer.
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In a recent meta-analysis, researchers found that sufficient vitamin D status is linked with a 60% reduced risk of bladder cancer.
Researchers recently reviewed a variety of studies on vitamin D and bladder cancer to find that higher levels of vitamin D may protect against bladder cancer.
Researchers recently studied veterans with established bladder cancer. They wanted to see if vitamin D testing was associated with better survival.
Research published last week found that people who are vitamin D deficient had a significantly increased risk of developing bladder cancer.
Dr Yi-Fen Lee, Ph.D. conducted a study in a mouse model which shows that a combination of vitamin D therapy and the TB vaccine greatly improves bladder cancer survival.
Recent research out of Russia reports that a number of cancer rates increase significantly with increasing latitude in Russia.