Low vitamin D tied to recurrence, death in breast cancer patients

05/16/2008 | NYTimes.com

A new study shows women with low levels of vitamin D are almost twice as likely to have their breast cancer return or spread in the following 10 years and 73% more likely to die from it. Investigators also noted that women who had the highest levels of vitamin D had poorer survival rates.

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