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Vitamin D and multiple sclerosis: Implications for assessment and treatment

Posted on: October 20, 2012   by  Rebecca Oshiro


A review article in the current issue of Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics summarized the evidence for vitamin D in the development and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.

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1 Response to Vitamin D and multiple sclerosis: Implications for assessment and treatment

  1. Ashtatara

    I know that MS can be reversed with high doses of vitamin D3. It is time you start listening to Dr. Cicero Galli Coimbra in Brazil. He has treated people with autoimmune diseases since 2003. He believes it is unethical to do double blind placebo-studies because people can loose their eyesights and be severely disabled. I am one of his patients and I do not understand why the medical community does not listen. Dr. Coimbra deserves a Nobel prize!!!! The documantary has English subtitles http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erAgu1XcY-U. People are getting their lives back! I am so angry because it really is the way to cure MS and other autoimmune diseases – and it is with doses that is individual. He has developed a protocol. You should all be ashamed for not listening to him and all of us who are his patients.

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