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5 Reasons Women Should Still Take Vitamin D

Friday, November 14, 2008
Bernadine Healy M.D. U.S. News & World Report Washington,DC,USA – Don’t throw away your vitamin D tablets based on the latest news on the supplement’s failure to prevent breast cancer in postmenopausal women. The Women’s Health Initiative study published this week shows that after seven years of calcium and vitamin D supplementation, there was no reduction in breast cancer risk.… continue reading

Recommending Increase in Daily Vitamin D Intake

Friday, November 14, 2008
Anthony Norman is a distinguished professor emeritus of biochemistry and of biomedical sciences at UC Riverside. He also holds the title of Presidential Chair in Biochemistry-Emeritus. RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Increasingly, vitamin D is being recognized by several researchers as an important player in contributing to overall good health.… continue reading

Cancer vaccine trial to go ahead

Friday, November 14, 2008
Research by melanoma specialist Richard Martin shows New Zealand has the worst rate in the world for melanoma, which kills about 250 people a year, The Press reports. Martin says surgery is preferred over often ineffectual chemotherapy and radiotherapy, but specialists are working on alternative treatment such as a vaccine.… continue reading

Don’t be deceived!

Friday, November 14, 2008
Adequate Vitamin D DOES profoundly reduce the risk of breast cancer! In spite of numerous studies that demonstrate a profound reduction in risk of cancer with increased sunlight exposure and vitamin D supplementation, a new study appears to completely contradict the idea that vitamin D has anti-cancer properties, especially for breast cancer.… continue reading

Supports New Vitamin D Research in Toronto, Ontario

Friday, November 14, 2008
KGK Synergize Inc., Supports New Vitamin D Research in Toronto, Ontario KGK Synergize Inc. (“KGK”), a contract research organization, sponsored an observational screening study along with the Toronto Man to Man Prostate Cancer Support Group, to evaluate the vitamin D status of volunteers from Toronto, ON.… continue reading

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