Another standard called into question. I was on Vitamin D supplements. but stopped taking them some time ago…
THURSDAY, Aug. 9 (HealthDay News) — Although they’re standard treatment for men with prostate cancer who are taking hormonal therapy, calcium and vitamin D supplements may do more harm than good, according to a new study.
Men who undergo hormone-depletion therapy for prostate cancer are at risk for osteoporosis, but the supplements do not prevent this bone loss and may actually boost patients’ odds for heart disease and aggressive prostate cancer, research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center suggests.
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