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Vitamin D and calcium reduces cancer risk in post menopausal women

This double-blind placebo controlled study, published in 2007 in the American Society for Nutrition tracked 1179 women in rural Nebraska.  They found that Vitamin D and calcium decreased the risk for all types of cancer.  The dose of calcium was 1500 mg and the dose of vitamin D3/d was 1100 IU.

Corresponding author: Joan M Lappe
Institute: Creighton University

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