A large body of evidence suggests that high blood levels of Vitamin D decreases the risk of developing cancer, especially colorectal cancer.
Participants will have monthly blood and urine tests for monitoring purposes. Participants also need to be available for a 15 minute phone consultation with a study coordinator every 2 months.
Contact person If you have any further questions regarding this study or you are interested in participating in this study, please contact us: British Columbia: 604-734-7125, toll free 1- 888-734-7125 or vit [email protected]: 613-792-1222, toll free 1-855-546-1244 or [email protected] to study Purpose: This is a prospective Phase II study.
The purpose of this study is to monitor the side effects and treatment outcomes of delivering higher doses of radiation therapy to the tumour, while limiting the dose of radiation to the normal tissues.
You must have undergone treatment for your cancer and must have experience with one of the following cancer treatments: A short telephone conversation will confirm whether you qualify. If interested please call Antonella 416-484-0072 x 239 or toll free at 1-877-747-0377 ext 230 Every year, approximately 85,000 Canadian women are diagnosed with cancer; of these, over 4,000 women are between the reproductive age range of 20 and 39.
Fertility and motherhood are important quality of life issues for young women with a history of cancer.