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The Effect Of Vitamin D On The Innate Immune Response In Arthritis.


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#1 CraigR

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Posted 15 October 2011 - 10:46 AM

The Effect Of Vitamin D On The Innate Immune Response In Arthritis. Vitamin D seems to act as one of the most important endogenous dowregulators of the innate immune response, at least in autoimmune rheumatic diseases. M. Cutolo. EULAR 2011 SP0204. Ann rheumatologist Dis 2011;70 (Suppl3):55. (Also see: Deficiencies of Vitamin D)

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Posted 18 October 2011 - 07:04 PM

Thanks for sharing this article. I especially liked the link you also provided on Vit D deficiencies as the information provided there was more in layman's terms :) Appreciate all info!!!!