“Our study, published in the Annals of Epidemiology in July 2009, reported that raising women’s 25(OH)D blood serum level to 100-150 nmol/L (40-60 ng/ml) would prevent 58,000 new cases of breast cancer and three quarters of deaths from these diseases in the US and Canada.” added Dr. Garland. “We need help and support from the medical community especially family doctors to communicate this to their patients and put the vitamin D breast cancer prevention opportunity into daily practice to save lives.” (http://www.prweb.com)

“Optimal levels of vitamin D have the potential to drastically reduce breast cancer cases in Canada and the USA” said Perry Holman, Executive Director for the Vitamin D Society. “The Vitamin D Society recommend that people have their 25(OH)D level tested either through their family doctor or by purchasing a home test kit through health suppliers such as GrassrootsHealth. If your vitamin D test score is low, below 100 nmol/L Canada or 40 ng/ml USA, take immediate action to increase your vitamin D intake.” (http://www.prweb.com)

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