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home:pathogenesis:vitamind:longterm [05.26.2019]
sallieq [Immunosuppression and insufficient followup in vitamin D studies]
home:pathogenesis:vitamind:longterm [05.26.2019]
sallieq [Immunosuppression and insufficient followup in vitamin D studies]
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 One of the abiding weaknesses of studies on the effects of vitamin D on health is that researchers simply do not follow subjects consuming the secosteroid for a sufficient period of time. Instead, they tend to track subjects over the course of weeks, months, or one or two years, during the period of time when study participants are usually feeling the palliative effects of the steroid. ​ One of the abiding weaknesses of studies on the effects of vitamin D on health is that researchers simply do not follow subjects consuming the secosteroid for a sufficient period of time. Instead, they tend to track subjects over the course of weeks, months, or one or two years, during the period of time when study participants are usually feeling the palliative effects of the steroid. ​
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