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Nov

Vitamin D Linked to Longer Breast Cancer Survival

Higher vitamin D levels may be linked to longer breast cancer survival, cheap a new study reports, cialis and the effect is particularly strong among premenopausal women.

Researchers used data on 1, patient 666 Kaiser Permanente breast cancer patients, testing their vitamin D blood levels and following their health for seven years. The study is in JAMA Oncology.

Compared with women whose vitamin D levels are under 17 nanograms per milliliter, women with levels higher than 25 had a 28 percent higher likelihood of surviving over the course of the study, even after adjusting for many factors, including tumor stage, grade and type.

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