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Singer-composer Ali Quli Mirza dedicates song to cancer-stricken Children

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Mumbai, March 29, 2017: Singer-composer Ali Quli Mirza, also a former “Bigg Boss” contestant, will soon unveil a song for cancer-stricken children.

Talking about the song titled “Iss Pal Ko”, Mirza told IANS: “I wanted to do something for the cause of cancer and what best could have been than lending my voice for spreading awareness for this cause.”

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“The song has been especially composed keeping in mind the affected kids. It gives out the message of positivity to lead life with fun and be happy till the end. The climax shows the child actor dying happily rather than being affected negatively by the effects.”

He is joined by 10-year-old Mustafa Khan in the song, which was majorly shot in Dubai. It will be launched on April 5. (IANS)

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Breast cells may behave menace by High Vitamin D

Higher levels of Vitamin D among women

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High vitamin D harming Breast Cancer, Pixabay

Higher levels of Vitamin D among women may reduce their risk of developing breast cancer post menopause, claimed a new study.

The study found that women with blood levels of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (OH) — the main form of vitamin D in blood — above 60 ng/ml (nanograms per millilitre) had one-fifth the risk of breast cancer compared to those with less than 20 ng/ml.

 Vitamin D levels in blood were measured during study visits.
Higher levels of Vitamin D among women may reduce their risk of developing breast cancer post menopause, pixabay

Thus, researchers from the University of California-San Diego determined that the minimum healthy level of 25(OH) in blood plasma should be 60 ng/ml, instead of the earlier recommended higher than the 20 ng/ml.

“Increasing Vitamin D blood levels substantially above 20 ng/ml appears to be important for the prevention of breast cancer,” said lead author Sharon McDonnell from GrassrootsHealth, a non-profit public health research organisation.

Also Read: British researchers discover a protein that can control spread of breast cancer in body

The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, analysed data from two randomised clinical trials with 3,325 combined women and a prospective study involving 1,713 women with average age of 63.

Participants were free of cancer at enrollment and were followed for a mean period of four years. Vitamin D levels in blood were measured during study visits.

“This study was limited to postmenopausal breast cancer. Further research is needed on whether high 25(OH)D levels might prevent premenopausal breast cancer,” said Cedric F. Garland from UC-San Diego. (IANS.)

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