Vitamin D Receptors Increase Prostate, Breast Cancer Risks

Separate studies demonstrated subtle differences in the receptor for vitamin D reverse the anti-cancer action of the sunshine vitamin, increasing the risk of breast cancer in Caucasian women and prostate cancer in African-American men. These results underscore how naturally-occurring variants of the same gene, called polymorphisms, can have implications for cancer initiation and progression. For example, in the breast cancer study, scientists found Caucasian women who carried specific...

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