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  1. Chemotherapy might be amplified by vitamin D
  2. Trial: Can 50,000 IU of Vitamin D weekly help with Breast Cancer Chemotherapy - Early 2021
  3. 4X less of one chemo needed after vitamin D receptor activation - June 2020
  4. Less radiation therapy needed if have more vitamin D (lung cancer in lab) – March 2017
  5. 3X less pelvic inflammation from cancer radiation if high level of vitamin D – Feb 2015
  6. Radiation therapy for cancer should be helped by Vitamin D – April 2021
  7. Palliative care is augmented by Vitamin D - Dec 2020
  8. Vitamin D, Gut Microbiota, and Chemo-radiation interactions – Dec 2019
  9. Vitamin D for Cancer patients - 2008
  10. vitamin D use with chemotherapy - July 2010
  11. vitamin D and oncology - 2010.pdf
  12. Chemo drug Docetaxel and supplements such as vitamin D - July 2010
  13. Chemotherapy and vitamin D - review 2010
  14. Cancer patients in ICU with low vitamin D were 3.4 X more likely to die within a year – Dec 2020
  15. Vitamin D reduces hair loss
  16. Colorectal Cancer treatment aided by omega-3 plus weekly Vitamin D – RCT Sept 2019
  17. 20,000 IU weekly did not get 43 percent of Scottish Cancer patients to a level of 30 ng of vitamin D – April 2014
  18. 2000 IU of vitamin D reduced fatigue of advanced cancer – RCT May 2012
  19. 85 percent less risk of death from Breast Cancer when vitamin D levels higher than 30 ng – May 2012
  20. Active form of vitamin D appears to help prevent and treat some cancers – Feb 2011
  21. Alemtuzumab treatment of autoimmune diseases has many side effects, Vitamin D should prevent most of them – June 2019
  22. Aromatase inhibitor chemotherapy after breast cancer not associated with vitamin D levels – Dec 2011
  23. Breast cancer chemo made more women vitamin D insufficient, even 6 months later– 2019
  24. Breast Cancer chemo reduces Bone Mineral Density, injecting Vitamin D increases it – Sept 2019
  25. Breast Cancer chemotherapy 2.7 X more likely to be successful if not vitamin D deficient – Dec 2017
  26. Breast cancer chemotherapy benefits from highest vitamin D levels – June 2014
  27. Breast Cancer Chemotherapy dropped Vitamin D levels by 6 nanograms – Nov 2015
  28. Breast Cancer Chemotherapy initially decreases vitamin D levels – May 2012
  29. Breast Cancer medicine pain reduced with 4300 IU vitamin D – RCT June 2012
  30. Breast cancer reoccurred twice as often if have less than 20 ng of vitamin D – Dec 2018
  31. Cancer - After diagnosis
  32. Cancer Chemotherapy and vitamin D – Review March 2013
  33. Cancer diagnosis increased cardiovascular death 5 X in the next week – 2012
  34. Cancer patients 64% less likely to die if have high level of vitamin D – Dec 2011
  35. Cancer treatment helped by Vitamin D, C, and E – Book 2017
  36. Cancer treatment needs Vitamin D, Selenium, and other micronutrients – March 2016
  37. Cancer with bisphosphonates was not helped by 200 IU of vitamin D – Oct 2012
  38. Chemo drug (Nitrogen Mustard in this study) side effects minimized by vitamin D (mice) – March 2015
  39. Chemo only as needed for Prostate Cancer is working well - March 2019
  40. Chemo reduced leukemia patients vitamin D levels – Jan 2013
  41. Chemotheraphy not work as well with low Vitamin D (colon cancer this time) – Aug 2018
  42. Chemotherapy (cisplatin) and vitamin D synergistically stop stomach cancer – Feb 2014
  43. Chemotherapy drugs often reduce Vitamin D levels, restoring levels helps– Aug 2018
  44. Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer lowers Vitamin D levels – Oct 2018
  45. Chemotherapy hair loss – prevented or treated by Vitamin D, US patent application – Nov 2019
  46. Cisplatin chemotherapy dose size might be reduced by Omega-3 – Jan 2018

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