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Vitamin D Role in Slowing Prostate Cancer

By Longevity February 15, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments


Vitamin D can slow or even shrink prostate cancers. A recent study followed a series of men who had been diagnosed with localized prostate cancer. One half of the men were given 4000 units of vitamin D daily for a year and the other half were not. At the end of the year, 55% of the group that received the vitamin D had less prostate cancer found on their biopsies. In the group that did not receive the vitamin D, 65% of the men were found to have increased amounts of prostate cancer in their biopsies. This does not say that vitamin D will cure your prostate cancer. But there is a significant chance it might slow its growth or even reduce the amount of tumor. When you have a cancer, anything that shrinks or even slows its growth is a good thing. So take that Vitamin D.

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