Dr. Cannell discusses a study that found another possible pathway for vitamin D metabolism, explaining why daily dosing is superior to bolus dosing.
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Researchers may have discovered a new novel approach to treating multiple sclerosis with vitamin D in a new series of animal model studies.
Researchers may have uncovered why the HIV drug tenofovir leads to bone loss and increased parathyroid hormone, and it may have something to do with vitamin D.
Researchers in Germany recently studied vitamin D levels in people with fractures.
Scientists have recently uncovered an experimental approach to fighting inflammatory breast cancer, a very rare and aggressive form of breast cancer.
Dr Cannell explains the difference between activated vitamin D and 25(OH)D levels in the blood.
Dr Cannell discusses research on vitamin D intoxication due to manufacturing errors, and the possible implications this has for further vitamin D and cancer research.
It’s that time again. We’ll be seeing football teams dressed in pink and pink ribbons everywhere. Yep, it’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM).
In a paper from Stanford University, Dr Swami and company discovered that vitamin D has a treatment effect in mice that have surgically implanted inflammatory breast tumors.
A recent study found activated vitamin D cleared a patients granuloma annulare, a chronic potentially disfiguring skin rash which was previously untreatable.