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Cancer risk cut with Vitamin D

Sunlight may now be consider more protective of cancer than causative thanks to a new study that correlates Vitamin D3, which is produced in the skin with exposure to the sun, with reduced risk of being diagnosed with cancer. Researchers believe that incidence of breast, ovarian and colon cancers, to name a few, is decreased by doses of natural vitamin D.

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Date: 28 December 2005

Source: Channel 4 news


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