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It confuses me a little. My Vit D3 level was 36 nmol/l once I was diagnosed with MS. Many of my fellows have levels much lower than mine and they are living without any disease (please see that I am not being jealous). Also Vitamin D3 in human body becomes available only after going through various organs like liver and kidneys. I don't know how this rare gene would play its part in genesis of MS.
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