Vitamin D: It's not just for the games of big bones

December 12, 2007 talk by David Feldman of Stanford University School of Medicine conference series Medcast. David Feldman, MD, professor of medicine at Stanford have been studying the biological effects of vitamin D through its role as widely understood in the society and the preservation of the bones. Emerging therapeutic applications of vitamin include the prevention and treatment of breast cancer, prostate and colon cancer, chronic kidney disease and arthritis, among other conditions. Stanford University School ofMedicine: med.stanford.edu Stanford University channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com