A new study found healthy vitamin D status may decrease breast cancer risk by 21% within 5 years.
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A recent randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D supplementation did not reduce breast density, a risk factor for breast cancer.
New research shows that vitamin D supplementation was associated with a 33% increased survival rate in breast cancer patients.
New research suggests that vitamin D supplementation may help reduce musculoskeletal pain in breast cancer patients taking letrozole.
Researchers found that vitamin D levels are inversely linked to the expression of a gene known to accelerate the growth of breast cancer.
Researchers propose a mechanism to explain the relationship between low vitamin D status and increased risk for breast cancer
A new RCT assesses the effects of vitamin D supplementation on sex hormones to explain the relationship between vitamin D and breast cancer.
A new article suggests that vitamin D status may explain why black women have a 42% higher death rate from breast cancer than white women.
In a recent review of 77 studies, researchers found that high vitamin D levels were linked with an increased survival rate in breast cancer patients.
Researchers recently found vitamin D is significantly associated with the survival of breast cancer patients.
Dr. JoEllen Welsh joins the VDC podcast to discuss the basic mechanisms behind vitamin D and breast cancer, as well as her up and coming research efforts.