NBC and ABC selected opposite angles in covering a study on Vitamin D and breast cancer. ABC's John McKenzie looked at the research from the point of view of the breast cancer patient: those who happen to have insufficient Vitamin D in their blood stream are more likely to see their cancer fatally spread. NBC's Robert Bazell looked at it from the point of view of daylight. "A reasonable amount of sun exposure, ten or 15 minutes at a time," may boost our vitamins without risking skin cancer from those ultra-violet rays. Bazell, who also covered the benefits of sunlight in January and last summer, suggested that those Ds may not only keep cancer at bay but may protect against multiple sclerosis too.
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