Low vitamin D status likely contributes to the link between periodontal disease and breast cancer
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KeywordsBreast Cancer Periodontal Disease Dental Caries Antibacterial Property Interesting Study
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WBG receives or has received funding from the UV Foundation (McLean, VA), the Sunlight Research Forum (Veldhoven), Bio-Tech-Pharmacal (Fayetteville, AR), and the Vitamin D Council (San Luis Obispo, CA).
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