具体而言，患者血清维生素D每增加4 ng / mL就会导致死亡几率降低4％。 （陆博士）
You may have heard of this: Maintaining a high level of serum vitamin D can help reduce your cancer risk by 70% or more. Now evidence merges to suggest that maintaining a high level of vitamin D can help increase a patient’s survival odds by as much as 52%.
The study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism analyzed data from 25 previous published studies of 17,000 cancer patients and found patients with cancers like breast cancer, colon and rectal cancers, and lymphoma are more likely to survive if their serum vitamin D levels are high, compared to patients whose vitamin D levels were low.
Compared to those in the lowest quartile of serum vitamin D levels, those who were in the highest quartile were 52% less likely to die from lymphoma. For colorectal cancer and breast cancer, the death risk was reduced by 45% and 37%, respectively, among those whose serum vitamin D was high, compared to those whose vitamin D levels were low.
Specifically, every 4 ng/mL increase in a patient’s serum vitamin D was associated with a 4-percent reduction in death odds. (Dr. Lu)