What Vitamin D Could Do for MS Patients

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In this video from RxWikiTV, learn why a daily dose of vitamin D can do the body good, and that may be especially true for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).

High-dose vitamin D3 supplements are safe and may also correct the body’s hyperactive immune response in patients with MS, a new study found.

“These results are exciting, as vitamin D has the potential to be an inexpensive, safe and convenient treatment for people with MS,” said lead study author Peter A. Calabresi, MD, director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Johns Hopkins University, in a press release.

Learn more about this Pilot MS Study about High-Dose Vitamin D Supplements.

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