Tag: vitaminD

Vitamin D: A vital fat-soluble vitamin generated by exposing the skin to sunlight. Vitamin D is also found in some foods, including fatty fish and eggs, as well as fortified milk and orange juice. Vitamin D is most commonly found as vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol).

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11/22/16
Low vitamin D level at diagnosis linked to aggressive disease and poor prognosis
11/29/13
Vitamin D favorably influences breast cancer-related genes in triple negative cells
06/04/12
Low vitamin D level at diagnosis linked to larger tumor size and worse outcome
04/17/12
Low vitamin D levels are associated with increased risk of breast cancer
10/02/11
Vitamin D level of 47 ng/ml is associated with a 50% lower risk of breast cancer
07/31/11
High dose vitamin D reduces musculoskeletal symptoms in women taking Arimidex
07/09/11
Vitamin D supplementation might interfere with aromatase inhibitor treatment
06/16/11
Exposure to sunlight may reduce breast cancer risk independently of vitamin D consumption
04/25/11
Low circulating vitamin D is associated with more aggressive breast cancer
12/28/10
Vitamin D levels often low even in breast cancer survivors taking supplements
05/12/10
Vitamin D3 sensitizes breast cancer to radiation treatment, increasing cancer cell death
02/20/10
Vitamin D deficiency promotes growth of breast cancer bone metastases
02/05/10
Vitamin D and calcium intakes influence risk of breast cancer

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