Researchers found higher vitamin D levels were associated with decreased lung cancer risk and increased odds of survival.
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A recent animal study found that vitamin D deficiency may accelerate and intensify disease features of COPD in mice.
An article from MD magazine discussed a recent study that investigated the effects of vitamin D deficiency on the development of COPD in mice.
Research reports that low vitamin D levels may increase smokers’ risk for developing tobacco-related cancers.
Researchers recently studied veterans with established bladder cancer. They wanted to see if vitamin D testing was associated with better survival.
A new analysis of a randomized controlled trial found that vitamin D helps muscle strength and peak exercise tolerance in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients.
Researchers at the Scientific Institute of Public Health in Belgium discovered vitamin D deficiency among Belgium women is alarmingly prevalent.
Researchers in Boston found that vitamin D deficiency in smokers is associated with worse lung function and more rapid decline in lung function over time.
Dr Cannell explains different types of studies and commends the Garland brothers on their impressive research on vitamin D and cancer.
Dr Yi-Fen Lee, Ph.D. conducted a study in a mouse model which shows that a combination of vitamin D therapy and the TB vaccine greatly improves bladder cancer survival.