BALTIMORE - A new study found low Vitamin D levels can predict a breast cancer patient's outcome. In many cases, those low levels are being linked to more aggressive forms of breast cancer.
It was already known that Vitamin D can help with the fight against cancer in general, but this new information certainly gives more patients the chance to win the battle.
Wednesday on Good Morning Maryland @ 9, Charlie talked with Karen Marr, a registered dietitian with Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia about what to look for and how to protect yourself.
To learn more about Vitamin D and the fight against cancer, click on the video box to the left of this article. We have also provided a link for more information. Or you can call 800-333-CTCA (2822).
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