You hear so much about vitamin D these and that’s because so much positive research keeps coming out about it. There have already been many studies looking at the relationship between vitamin D and various cancers.
A new one was done on Saudi women, who were assumed to be low in vitamin D due to darker skin tone and reduced UV light exposure. One hundred and twenty women with breast cancer and one hundred and twenty controls had their vitamin D levels checked.
They found that those with breast cancer had significantly lower vitamin D levels compared to controls.
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