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Observational study “rediscovers” the amount of vitamin D needed to normalize parathyroid hormone

Posted on: November 23, 2011   by  John Cannell, MD


It is fine to see another group of researchers who get it, even if it takes them five years to rediscover what others have already discovered. This time it has to do with the dose of vitamin D needed to get the elderly above 30 ng/ml. Dr. Leidig-Bruckner and five colleagues from the University of Heidelberg simply went back and looked at the records of 104 patients treated with varying doses of vitamin D.

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