Colorectal cancer mortality rates are associated with vitamin D status, according to results from a recent study out of Germany.
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New meta-analysis reveals high vitamin D status reduces risk of colorectal cancer and type II diabetes
A recent meta-analysis suggests the optimal vitamin D levels lie beyond the Food and Nutrition Board’s recommended 20 ng/ml.
A new meta-analysis of 15 studies found that a vitamin D status of 50 ng/ml had 60% reduced risk of colorectal cancer compared to those with 5 ng/ml.
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Recent research finds high vitamin D status linked to longer survival among colorectal cancer...
New research suggests that vitamin D status may serve as a predictor of outcome for patients with colorectal cancer.
A professor of pharmaceutical sciences at NDSU recently received a $1.35 million research grant from the NIH to develop a targeted treatment for colorectal cancer.
Community blog series: Immune status influences relationship between vitamin D and risk of colorectal cancer
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A new study found that patients with metastatic colorectal cancer with higher vitamin D levels survived longer than those with lower levels.
In a rat model of colorectal cancer, the combination of vitamin D and metformin have a greater inhibitory effect on cancer growth than either separately.
In a new study, researchers suggest that vitamin D’s protective effects against colorectal cancer differ by gender and where the tumor is located.
Researchers recently conducted a study on vitamin D and colorectal cancer and, after adjusting for inflammatory markers, vitamin D still influenced the risk of developing colorectal cancer.