Vitamin D deficiency is associated with prostate tumor gene expression

“I think the one thing that we're hopeful for is that people will start to look at vitamin D as a potential chemoprevention agent,” says Adam B. Murphy, MD, MBA, MSCI.

In this video, Adam B. Murphy, MD, MBA, MSCI, discusses the key findings from the study, “Vitamin D has a stronger impact on prostate tumor gene expression in Black men,” which he presented at the 2022 American Urological Association annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. Murphy is an assistant professor of urology and preventive medicine (cancer epidemiology and prevention) at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois.