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Asked by bruec79395000
on December 29, 2016
No, keeping your level at 50ng/ml or over does not cancel any immunity. Vitamin D, all by itself, helps regulate your immune system to prevent illness.
Ana: He will not get hypercalcemia and you are on the right road.
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