August 28, 2000
American Chemical Society
Today, mothers urge vitamin D on their children to build strong bones and teeth. Within a decade, a chemically modified version of the vitamin could become one of a small but growing number of drugs used to prevent cancer, researchers reported at the 220th national meeting of the American Chemical Society.
Strong evidence of effectiveness in animal tests
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