Two studies support vitamin D colon cancer claims

10/5/2009 | Epoch Times, The

Results of two studies supported claims that vitamin D may be protective against colon cancer, writes Dr. John Briffa, a London-based physician and health writer. One study found people with high levels of vitamin D halved their risk of developing the disease and reduced their risk of death from it by 38%. The second showed high vitamin D levels led to thinner colon tumors at diagnosis.

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