Study: Vitamin D shows potential benefit for prostate cancer

04/8/2013 | Vitamin D Council

Patients who took high doses of Vitamin D while awaiting prostate cancer surgery saw significantly higher prostate levels of activated Vitamin D, which is associated with slower cancer growth and other positive outcomes, according to a University of Toronto study. Patients reacted well to daily doses of 400 to 40,000 international units, the study also found.

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