Researchers found higher vitamin D levels were associated with decreased lung cancer risk and increased odds of survival.
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A recent meta-analysis suggests that for each 4 ng/ml increase in vitamin D status, the risk of lung cancer reduces by 5%.
A new meta-analysis suggests that high vitamin D status reduces the risk of lung cancer.
A new study evaluated vitamin D intake and vitamin A supplementation to discover an interesting way in which they might, together, influence lung cancer risk.
Recent research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that vitamin D may protect against lung cancer in never-smoking postmenopausal women.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine recently studied calcium and magnesium intakes and incidence of lung cancer in 71,000 Chinese women.
Scientists looked at the interaction of vitamin D with vitamin A in lung cancer patients.
Dr Cannell summarizes some interesting new research looking at vitamin D and cancer risk.