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According to recent research, consumption of vitamin D can lead to reduction or even reverse the progression of low-grade prostate cancer without surgery or radiation. The aggressiveness of the tumor after a prostate biopsy Gleason was measured Grading System and tumors with Gleason scores of 7 and above is considered aggressive and likely to spread while those with a score of 6 and below considered less aggressive. Bruce Hollis, a scientist at the Medical University of South Carolina, said prostate cancer low grade could be cured with surgery and a person must wait 60 days from the time of biopsy, to undergo a prostatectomy. The team Hollis had assigned 37 men undergoing elective prostatectomy, one group received 4000 U of vitamin D per day, while the placebo group received no vitamin D, and then after a period of 60 days were removed and examined their prostate glands. Preliminary results indicate that men who received vitamin D intake showed improvement, while the other group either stayed the same or worsened, suggesting that vitamin D has led to dramatic changes in the expression levels of many lipids and cellular proteins.

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