Scientists discover role for vitamin D in melanoma

04:34 EST 8 Nov 2019 |

A new study published in Cancer Research suggests that high levels of vitamin D may reduce the aggressive nature of melanoma cells and improve survival rates.

Original Article: Scientists discover role for vitamin D in melanoma


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