Dr. Cannell reflects on the ongoing struggle to advance science, and highlights a new, groundbreaking study on vitamin D and breast cancer risk.
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Studies show that many dermatologists promoting sun-avoidance are doing much more harm than good.
Dr. Grant highlights a few conditions that may be improved through safe, sun exposure habits, including breast cancer, multiple sclerosis and all-cause mortality.
A recent study found that neoadjuvant chemotherapy was more effective in breast cancer patients with higher vitamin D levels.
A recent study found that deficiency was associated with worse health outcomes among breast cancer patients.
A new study found healthy vitamin D status may decrease breast cancer risk by 21% within 5 years.
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.