A new study suggests vitamin D helps decrease expression of receptors responsible for the pathogenesis of lupus, thereby reducing autoimmune activity.
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Recent study shows vitamin D supplementation is associated with improved symptoms of systemic lupus erythematosus
A new observational study found that vitamin D status is associated with disease severity among patients with SLE.
Recent study finds link between low vitamin D status and high disease activity in systemic lupus erythematosus patients
A recent prospective cohort study found a link between vitamin D status and disease activity in Australian patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Systemic lupus erythematosis and vitamin D deficiency are associated with shorter telomere length among African Americans, according to a study published last week in PLOS ONE.
Researchers at the Chaim Sheba Medical Center in Israel recently reviewed the evidence that vitamin D is involved in autoimmune disorders.
Researchs found that people with systemic lupus erythematosis have a higher risk of vitamin D deficiency during times of active disease ‘flare.’
A new randomized controlled trial out of Egypt reports that vitamin D can reduce the incidence of flare-ups in patients with SLE.
A study published in Lupus found that large seasonal declines in vitamin D status may trigger lupus flare ups in non-African Americans.
Open study shows that vitamin D is beneficial, normalizing T regulatory cells and showing positive clinical results for patients with SLE.
A group from Iran, led by Dr. Bonakdar, discovered, once again, that vitamin D levels are inversely associated with markers of SLE disease activity.