Study Shows Vitamin D Kills Cancer and Shrinks Breast Cancer Cells

Here is a video from Good Morning America. I think that it will amaze you like it did me.

Doctors have known that low levels of vitamin D are linked to certain kinds of cancers as well as to diabetes and asthma, but new research also shows that the vitamin can kill human cancer cells.

JoEllen Welsh, a researcher with the State University of New York at Albany, has studied the effects of vitamin D for 25 years.
Part of her research involves taking human breast cancer cells and treating them with a potent form of vitamin D.

The vitamin’s effects were even more dramatic on breast cancer cells injected into mice.
After several weeks of treatment, the cancer tumors in the mice shrank by an average of more than 50 percent. Some tumors disappeared.
Similar results have been achieved on colon and prostate cancer tumors in mice.

A doctor gets on the last part of this clip trying to downplay the results of vitamin d but if you watch the video you will see some amazing results. So much so that I would never want to take the risk of being with out a very potent form of vitamin d. I say that a picture is worth a thousand words. You need to watch this video then you make your own decision. I also found a similar news report done by The Today Show.

Here is the video link GMA Vitamin D just incase the HTML doesn’t put the video on this page.…

Notice that on the video they say a potent form of vitamin d. For more information on an extremely potent form of vitamin D click on this link potent vitamin D from livethesource.

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One Response to “Study Shows Vitamin D Kills Cancer and Shrinks Breast Cancer Cells”

  1. benefits of vitamin d3 Says:

    On the topic of Vitamin D, the importance of vitamin D in the development of cancer was further confirmed by a 2009 study by Sylvia Chistakos, Ph.D., of the UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School. Her research, published in The Journal of Biological Chemistry, showed that the active form of vitamin D induces the development of a protein that can inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells.

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