TO: All melanoma researchers, doctors, and patients.
Last month's post suggested why melanoma arises so much in moles. Well, are moles themselves vitamin D deficiency tumors arising at points of weakest circulation?
After all, wouldn't a growing baby inside the womb be susceptible to periods of vitamin D deficiency? And won't the baby's skin show the sign of that vitamin D depletion as the organ tries to synthesize more? Indeed, what skin tumors of unknown etiology are present at birth?
Actually, increased intake of vitamin D3 turns newly forming moles lighter, so it is therefore reasonable to expect nothing different from melanoma.