A recent study discovered higher vitamin D levels were associated with a 19% reduced risk of mortality from pancreatic cancer.
Tag Archives: pancreatic cancer
Dr. Cannell discusses a case report of an elderly woman with pancreatic cancer who responded to pharmacological doses of vitamin D.
Higher vitamin D levels are associated with increased survival in pancreatic cancer patients.
A study found that countries with low UVB had six times higher incidence of pancreatic cancer compared to countries with high UVB.
Exciting new research finds that a synthetic derivative of vitamin D improves the effectiveness of chemotherapy used to treat tumors in mice with pancreatic cancer.
The researchers found nine studies on vitamin D and pancreatic cancer. When pooled together, there was no link between vitamin D and pancreatic cancer.
A doctor writes to Dr Cannell about research he has read suggesting that higher vitamin D levels increase pancreatic cancer risk.
Dr. Cannell reviews a meta-analysis on vitamin D levels associated with pancreatic cancer.
Recent research out of Russia reports that a number of cancer rates increase significantly with increasing latitude in Russia.
Dr Cannell summarizes some interesting new research looking at vitamin D and cancer risk.