A study found low vitamin D levels were associated with a higher ROMA score, an indicator of increased risk for ovarian cancer, among obese women.
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New research suggests lower vitamin D status was associated with increased odds of developing ovarian cancer.
A recent study found that vitamin D status may be an independent predictor of survival after diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
A case-control study has found that vitamin D is associated with cytokines and that levels of cytokines are significantly altered in patients with ovarian cancer.
An analysis of survival rates in epithelial ovarian cancer patients reveals that season of recurrence, not season of diagnosis, is associated with survival outcomes.
Ovarian cancer is the second most common cancer in women and fifth ranked cause of cancer deaths in the USA and Europe. How does vitamin D help?
Women who are vitamin D deficient with ovarian cancer have an increased risk of death compared to those who are vitamin D sufficient.
Recent research out of Russia reports that a number of cancer rates increase significantly with increasing latitude in Russia.