Vitamin D Cuts Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

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VITAMIN D
PANCREAS -- Cancer
CANCER -- Prevention
CALCIUM regulating hormones
STEROID hormones

Abstract:The article cites a study on the efficacy of vitamin D in preventing pancreatic cancer. Researchers from the Health Professionals Follow-up Study and Nurses, have found that vitamin D supplements reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer by nearly 50%. They suggested that this development may represent a nutritional strategy for reducing pancreatic cancer risk among cigarette smokers.

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