Vitamin D Cuts Colon Cancer Death Risk

Nov. 2, 2007
People with higher vitamin D levels are less likely to die of colorectal cancer, researchers said, but the vitamin does not appear to affect the chances of dying from any other type of cancer.
People with higher vitamin D levels are less likely to die of colorectal cancer, researchers said, but the vitamin does not appear to affect the chances of dying from any other type of cancer. To read more, click here.

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