With the consideration that it was only a 12 patient/28 week trial, I'm not sure how conclusive I would consider that evidence.
Then again, to date nothing has ever shown conclusively that there is a direct link between low Vit D levels and MS and if there were a provable direct link, that it's a causative factor and not secondary result of the ongoing MS disease process.
jimmylegs wrote:px you make a good point but i am initially doubtful that momma went from seriously deficient to 414 nmol/L (166 ng/mL) on the regimen described, unless perhaps after the week-long megadose, the weekly 50K went on for quite some time.
mommasan wrote:I don't know about units, but the nurse said the normal range was 20-100 and she seemed pretty alarmed.
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