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  1. 10X more skin cancer cells killed by photodynamic therapy when add Vitamin D – Feb 2020
  2. 18X increased destruction of skin cancers if active vitamin D added to photodynamic therapy (mice) – March 2015
  3. A vitamin D analog reduced UV generated skin cancer in mice – July 2011
  4. Basal Cell Carcinoma reduced when Vitamin D levels kept above 25 ng – June 2019
  5. Calcium with vitamin D decreased risk of subsequent skin cancer by 2X – June 2011
  6. Circadian rhythm affects skin cancer risk in mice - Oct 2011
  7. Dermatologists in Australia – Squamous cell carcinoma not a function of vitamin D - March 2013
  8. Head and neck cancer occurrence and deaths associated with low vitamin D – Aug 2011
  9. Indoor tanning not apparently associated with skin cancer – Feb 2012
  10. Is the Risk of Skin Cancer From Sun Exposure Overblown - May 2019
  11. Hypothesis – Increasing Folate or vitamin D decreases probability of skin cancer – July 2012
  12. Hypothesis – worldwide increase in Melanoma due to UVA – Oct 2011
  13. Most German skin cancer doctors recommend both sunscreen and vitamin D – Dec 2012
  14. Merkel cell carcinoma (a rare skin cancer) recurrence 3X more likely if low vitamin D – Feb 2013
  15. Melanoma Is a Disease of Office Workers - Dec 2018
  16. Melanoma less likely when far from equator – Oct 2012
  17. Melanoma REDUCED by those getting the most UV, unless 5 blistering sunburns while in teen years – June 2014
  18. Melanoma 25 X more likely if low vitamin D – Feb 2018
  19. Melanoma and Vitamin D - association is not certain - 2012
  20. Melanoma huge increase - perhaps due to use of sunscreen or lower vitamin D
  21. Non-melanoma skin cancer varies with latitude, melanoma does not – April 2017
  22. No association found between melanoma and low vitamin D levels – Sept 2012
  23. On-job UV associated with LESS, not more, skin cancer - April 2013
  24. Risk of skin cancer vs. risk of low vitamin D – Nov 2012
  25. Possible association between Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer and vitamin D – June 2010
  26. People who were outdoors more got more skin cancer – Aug 2011
  27. Perhaps 28-40 ng of vitamin D would be good for Melanoma patients – Feb 2011
  28. Recurrence of malignant melanoma may be reduced by 100,000 IU of vitamin D monthly – trial underway 2017
  29. Red-haired mice can get melanoma without UV - Oct 2012
  30. Skin Cancer (SCC) minimized if get sun time around noon – Nov 2015
  31. The Protective Role of Vitamin D Signaling in Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer - Nov 2013
  32. Thin epidermis under skin cancer was thickened when vitamin D was raised to 70 ng – April 2014
  33. Sunlight Vitamin D and Skin Cancer – Jan 2013
  34. Sunlight alone does not cause skin cancer - July 2010
  35. Some statins increase skin cancer risk by 40 percent (reducing vitamin D levels) – Jan 2016
  36. Squamous cell cancers of head and neck, vitamin D, and the immune system – Aug 2013
  37. UVA most likely causes melanoma to progress– Sept 2011
  38. UV and Melanoma: are they related – 2013
  39. UVB, Smoking and second cancers after melanoma – Jan 2012
  40. A Dermatologist's Perspective on Vitamin D - Mayo Clinic April 2012
  41. Alzheimer disease 5X less likely with nonmelanoma skin cancer (lots of vitamin D) – May 2013
  42. Cancer - Skin
  43. Decreased risk of non-melanoma skin cancer by working outdoors in Europe – April 2013
  44. Egg-white omelets are now so 1995 – When will excessive sunscreen be so 2010
  45. High levels of Vitamin D and low rates of skin cancer among commercial fishermen – July 2019
  46. If avoiding sun for medical reasons you need oral vitamin D – April 2011
  47. Hypothesis: vitamin D suppresses skin cancer – Sept 2012
  48. Hypothesis - Dark skin evolved to avoid skin cancer - Feb 2014
  49. Melanoma not as thick if recently had a sunny vacation – Nov 2013
  50. Melanoma survival doubled with Vitamin D binding protein polymorphism – Nov 2015

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