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breast cancer & Vitamin D

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 6, 2009

The Big Book: Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide

The Small Book: Cancer Recovery Guide: 15 Alternative and Complementary Strategies for Restoring Health  –  For more information go to

“This book tells me everything. Why didn’t my doctor tell me this?” – Rev Bill Newbern


Breast Cancer & Vitamin D

Breast cancer is a disease so directly related to vitamin D deficiency that a woman’s risk of contracting the disease can be ‘virtually eradicated’ by elevating her vitamin D status to what vitamin D scientists consider to be natural blood levels.

That’s the message vitamin D pioneer Dr. Cedric Garland delivered in Toronto Tuesday as part of the University of Toronto School of Medicine’s “Diagnosis and Treatment of Vitamin D Deficiency” conference – the largest gathering of vitamin D researchers in North America this year. Read more here:


One Response to “breast cancer & Vitamin D”

  1. universalandparticular said

    Very informative, I would like to add that WA doctors have joined a groundbreaking Australian tiral of a revolutionary new way to treat cancer which uses a form of th ecommon cold virus to infect and destroy tumours. In a twist on reserch which suggests viruses can couase up to 20 per cent of cancers, scientists now believe naturally occurring cold and herpers viruses can be harnessed to shrink tumours. My Father recently died of cancer and I have also my own ‘cancer scare’, hopefully the technology was advancing to the stage whrer withing a few years there will be more advanced and less harmless cnacer regime called virotherapy …

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