Vitamin D linked to disease activity in lupus


Low vitamin D levels are associated with higher disease activity in people with lupus, reports the first study of its kind in the Southern hemisphere. And an increase in serum vitamin D was associated with reduced disease activity over time, reported the rheumatologists from Monash Lupus clinic in Melbourne. The prospective study of 119 consecutive ...


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