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After lactation Vitamin D levels are low, increased risk of Breast Cancer, vitamin D should decrease risk – Aug 2021

Vitamin D as a Potential Preventive Agent For Young Women's Breast Cancer

Cancer Prevention Research DOI: 10.1158/1940-6207.CAPR-21-0114
Sarah M. Bernhardt, Virginia F. Borges and Pepper Schedin

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Overview Breast Cancer and Vitamin D contains the following summary and sections


Items in both categories Breast Cancer and Pregnancy:

Items in both categories Breast Cancer and Dark Skin:


Breast Cancer 1.5X higher risk in 40 months after latest birth - FREE PDF
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Probably also higher risk after twins and closely separated pregnancies

Probably even higher risk of Breast Cancer if any of the above and have dark skin or wear heavy clothing

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Changes in Vitamin D Receptor during pregnancy and lactation
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Changes in Vitamin D genes during lactation
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Clinical studies backed by research in animal models suggest that vitamin D may protect against the development of breast cancer, implicating vitamin D as a promising candidate for breast cancer prevention. However, despite clear preclinical evidence showing protective roles for vitamin D, broadly targeted clinical trials of vitamin D supplementation have yielded conflicting findings, highlighting the complexity of translating preclinical data to efficacy in humans.

While vitamin D supplementation targeted to high-risk populations is a strategy anticipated to increase prevention efficacy, a complimentary approach is to target transient, developmental windows of elevated breast cancer risk. Postpartum mammary gland involution represents a developmental window of increased breast cancer promotion that may be poised for vitamin D supplementation.

Targeting the window of involution with short-term vitamin D intervention may offer a simple, cost-effective approach for the prevention of breast cancers that develop postpartum. In this review, we highlight epidemiologic and preclinical studies linking vitamin D deficiency with breast cancer development. We discuss the underlying mechanisms through which vitamin D deficiency contributes to cancer development, with an emphasis on the anti-inflammatory activity of vitamin D. We also discuss current evidence for vitamin D as an immunotherapeutic agent and the potential for vitamin D as a preventative strategy for young woman's breast cancer.


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