A new study found that low vitamin D levels were associated with adverse pathology at the time of radical prostatectomy.
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A new study suggests that men with higher vitamin D status are less likely to die from prostate cancer than those with lower vitamin D status.
New study finds that Polish men with prostate cancer have lower vitamin D levels than men with benign prostatic hyperplasia
New research has discovered that patients with prostate cancer have lower vitamin D levels compared to patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Early findings from a randomized controlled trial shows that vitamin D supplements may slow down or prevent low grade prostate cancer from progressing.
Research showed that tanning potential, but not sunlight and vitamin D, is a significant risk factor for prostate cancer.
A novel study suggests that inflammation may be the underlying connection between vitamin D status and prostate cancer.
We know that vitamin D helps cells communicate properly, but how exactly does this work in the context of prostate cells and prostate cancer?
New research published in the journal Cancer has found that UV affects prostate cancer incidence in the United States, with lower incidence in areas with greater amounts of UV.
In a recent randomized controlled trial, researchers randomized men awaiting prostate cancer surgery to different vitamin D supplementation groups.
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.