A multicenter randomized placebo controlled trial of over 2,200 subjects found no effect of 1,000 IU/day vitamin D in the prevention of colon polyps.
Tag Archives: colon cancer
A set of 15 papers reviewing the evidence that UVB and vitamin D reduce the risk of cancer was just published in the journal Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry.
Dr Cannell explains different types of studies and commends the Garland brothers on their impressive research on vitamin D and cancer.
A new systematic review of prospective studies examining role of vitamin D deficiency in colon cancer.
Recent research out of Russia reports that a number of cancer rates increase significantly with increasing latitude in Russia.
Vitamin D may be an effective treatment early in the course of colon cancer, yet have little effect later, as the cancer becomes more widely spread.
Dr Cannell summarizes some interesting new research looking at vitamin D and cancer risk.
Dr Cannell review’s the research on vitamin D and cancer and discusses the growing health care costs vitamin D deficiency may cause.
Dr Cannell calls attention to a study which administers dangerously low amounts of vitamin D to a population which needs adequate supplementation.
Dr Cannell reviews the latest story covering the relationship between vitamin D and colon cancer.