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July 2006 Monthly follow up: "Is melanoma simply a Vitamin D deficiency cancer?"
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James Semmel
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:21 pm    Post subject: July 2006 Monthly follow up: "Is melanoma simply a Vitamin D deficiency cancer?" Reply with quote

TO: All melanoma researchers, doctors, and patients.

In the 1860's, the majority of the population lived on farms and nobody
lived underneath electrical lights or behind automobile glass.

In the 1960's, the majority of the population lived in cities where
chronic exposure to artificial, unbalanced lighting was widespread.

Skin cancers also became increasingly common as the population moved
out of natural daylight. Is it possible that our modern light is
actually carcinogenic?

James Semmel
Albuquerque, New Mexico


reference:
http://www.mpip.org/bb/shtml/338842.shtml
Last month's follow up to the 3rd annual discussion: "Is melanoma
simply a Vitamin D deficiency cancer?"
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