Vitamin D may lower cancer risk

March 08, 2018 07:07 PM

Consider talking with your doctor about Vitamin D.

Researchers at the National Cancer Center in Japan looked at 30,000 adults. They say those with the highest Vitamin D levels were 20-percent less likely to develop cancer than those with the lowest levels.

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High Vitamin D levels were especially linked to a lower risk of liver cancer but had no real impact on lung or prostate cancer risk.


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