Oral Vitamin D Supplements Reduced Levels of Ki67 in Prostate Cancer Cells
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04/02/2012 0 Comments Contact Our News Editors
Higher oral doses of plain vitamin D raised levels of calcitriol in prostate tissue. Higher prostate levels of calcitriol, a hormone made from vitamin D, corresponded with lower levels of the proliferation marker Ki67 and increased levels of cancer growth-inhibitory microRNAs in prostate cancer cells, according to data presented at the AACR Annual Meeting 2012, held here March 31 -- April 4.