Vitamins reduce breast cancer risk - Telegraph
"The authors of the report, supported by a grant from the National Cancer Institute and published this week in the Archives of Internal Medicine, believe calcium and vitamin D interact with proteins in cancerous cells to combat their growth.
They wrote: “Calcium, vitamin D and insulinlike growth factor (IGF) binding protein 3 have been shown in vitro to interact with each other in promoting growth inhibition in breast cancer cells.”
But the researchers added: “Further investigation is warranted to study the potential utility of calcium and vitamin D intake in reducing the risk of breast cancer.”
Vitamin D is found naturally in oily fish and is produced in humans through exposure to sunlight, while dairy products and nuts are rich in calcium, but both are often taken as supplements in tablet form. "
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