Aug 26, · Mishra G, McCormack V, Kuh D, Hardy R, Stephen A, dos Santos Silva I Dietary calcium and vitamin D intakes in childhood and throughout adulthood and mammographic density in a British birth cohort. Br J Cancer. Nov 4; 99(9) Sep 11, · Research suggests that women with low levels of vitamin D have a higher risk of breast cancer. Vitamin D may play a role in controlling normal breast cell growth and may be able to stop breast cancer cells from growing. Steps you can take.
Feb 01, · Vitamin D influences cellular proliferation and proliferation-related breast tissue characteristics, such as mammographic breast density. Little is known about vitamin D status, assessed by serum [25(OH)D], and its relationship to breast density in breast cancer survivors. BACKGROUND: Vitamin D influences cellular proliferation and proliferation-related breast tissue characteristics, such as mammographic breast density. Little is known about vitamin D status, assessed by serum hydroxyvitamin D [25 (OH)D], and its relationship to breast density in Cited by:
Aug 17, · The independent relation between 25(OH)D and breast density remained null among subgroups defined by BMI and serum levels of retinol, calcium, and estradiol. These results suggest no strong independent associations between the circulating molecules of the vitamin D pathway and mammographic breast density in postmenopausal virginities.xyz by: May 15, · Breast Cancer patients with high levels ( ng/ml) of vitamin D are twice as likely to survive a Breast Cancer diagnosis than those with lower levels. Get your D level checked today, or contact Grass Roots Health to be part of one of their studies.