Higher vitamin D levels in men linked to lower prostate cancer risk

02/18/2005 | SeattlePI.com

Men with higher levels of vitamin D in their blood may be at half the risk of developing aggressive forms of prostate cancer than those with lower levels of the nutrient, according to new research. While researchers say more information is needed before they can make recommendations of the vitamin, they say getting the necessary 15 minutes of sun exposure a day to make the nutrient is probably a good idea.

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