Studies link vitamin D intake with lower breast cancer risk

08/7/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Several studies presented at recent cancer meetings indicate a link between vitamin D and a reduced risk of breast cancer. Some doctors note, however, very high doses of vitamin D can be toxic, and the doses used in one study are well beyond current recommended levels of intake.

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