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Asked by mkovacs18718700
on April 4, 2017
Hello! Our lab, Heartland Assays, uses the LCMS (Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry) technique, which is considered to be the gold standard of blood spot analysis.
Your welcome! Please come back and update me as to your progress. It could very well help others in the future.
Posted by IAW | 12 hours, 57 minutes ago
Hi again, sorry for the delay getting back. I’ve been doing some research and discovered that I am also very deficient in Magnesium. The Vit D mega dose I have been given requires I have enough Mag…
Posted by Redstar | 16 hours, 56 minutes ago
I do not know if you will come back to read this. If you figure this all out at some point, I would appreciate if you came back and told me what happened. For example if you use a lower amount of Vit…
Posted by IAW | 1 year, 11 months ago
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So no 2000 iu i…
Posted by IAW | 2 years, 10 months ago