Vitamin D May Slow Growth of Prostate Cancer
Apr 1, 2012
The role of vitamin D in prostate cancer has been a topic of debate, but now results of a new study provide positive news of its impact on prostate cancer. Scientists have caught a significant glimpse at how vitamin D supplements may slow the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Vitamin D has been the center of both much controversy and vigorous research in recent years concerning the part it may play in diseases ranging from prostate cancer to rheumatoid arthritis, depression, and obesity. Regarding prostate cancer, some experts have warned that higher levels of vitamin D should be avoided.