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In mice models of breast cancer, researchers at the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, a part of Georgetown University Medical Center, found that vitamin D significantly reduced development of estrogen receptor-positive (ER+) breast cancer both in lean and obese mice, but had no beneficial effect in estrogen receptor-negative (ER-) cancer.
Collaboration between Conventional Oncologists and Alternative Medical Practitioners Results in New Direction for Old Methodology WICHITA, Kan., March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Riordan Clinic announced today publication in the Journal of Translational Medicine results of a collaboration between oncologists, alternative medicine practitioners, and basic researchers, which proposes a new use of intravenous vitamin C for treatment of cancer.
Preventing and treating heart disease in some patients could be as simple as supplementing their diet with extra vitamin D, according to two new studies.
WICHITA, Kan., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio-Communications Research Institute's (BCRI's) recent research study has found that high levels of vitamin C (ascorbate) inhibit the formation of new blood vessel growth to tumors. To grow, tumors rely on a high level of nutrients to flow to the tumor site.
Teenage girls with higher vitamin D levels may be able to jump higher and faster than their peers with lower levels, British researchers found.
A new survey conducted in young females connects high vitamin C in the bloodstream with lower blood pressure.
In studies of cancer cells and mice, vitamin C appears to substantially reduce the effectiveness of anti-cancer drugs, U.S. researchers said. Dr. Mark L.
By Amy Donaldson Deseret News I woke up with a sore throat and a bad attitude last week. The sore throat was the first symptom, followed soon after by a runny nose and a lot of sneezing. And the raunchy mood resulted when I realized I was coming down with my second cold in less than a month.
By WILLIAM TINNING VITAMIN C that is injected rather than swallowed could provide a new lifeline for cancer patients with a poor prognosis and few treatment options, according to new research.
Researchers claim that a high dose injection of vitamin C was able to cut brain, ovarian and pancreatic tumors in half among laboratory mice involved in a recent study.
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