Vitamin D links to MS supported by study
Scientists have moved a step closer to understanding how to better treat multiple sclerosis after more evidence emerged of a crucial link to vitamin D. In the latest study, University of Tasmania researchers discovered that MS sufferers treated with interferon-beta, a common MS drug, had higher vitamin D levels than those not on the treatment.
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#1 Jul 31, 2012
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