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The 6th International Conference on Vitamin D Deficiency, Nutrition and Human Health is approaching

Posted on: January 2, 2017   by  Vitamin D Council


The 6th International conference on vitamin D deficiency, nutrition and human health is scheduled to take place March 9th-10th in Abu Dhabi.

The organizers of the conference have gathered some of the top researchers in the field of vitamin D in an effort to provide clarity on the importance of maintaining healthy vitamin D levels for the prevention and treatment of chronic illness. The organizers of the event hope to ultimately elicit change in policies and practices among the government and private sector.

The primary points of discussion will revolve around the latest scientific research regarding the role of vitamin D in several health conditions, including but not limited to autoimmune processes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, neurological disorders, memory and pregnancy. The lectures will also cover the importance of early detection, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of vitamin D deficiency.

Dr. Alfrozul Haq, the founding president of the conference, stated,

“We believe this event will be an important meeting point to inspire and connect leaders, decision makers, scientists, technologists, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, public servants and academics to enhance the awareness, quality and safety practices, and to understand and prevent vitamin D deficiency.”

The success of this conference relies on the participation from the vitamin D community. Click here to learn more about the 6th International conference on vitamin D deficiency, nutrition and human health.


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