Colon cancer survival linked to vitamin D levels

Patients who had higher vitamin D levels when diagnosed with colon cancer were 50% more likely to survive than people who had lower levels, a Dana-Farber Cancer Institute study showed. Researchers followed more than 1,000 colon cancer patients for nine years and said they plan to continue their study with bowel cancer patients.

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