Vitamin D could prevent MS

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Updated: 12/24/2013 12:00 pm
( & KRNV) - A Johns Hopkins study of mice with a rodent form of Multiple Sclerosis found a high dose of Vitamin-D protected the animals from symptoms of the disorder.

Instead of eliminating and changing the damaging cells, Vitamin-D prevented them from entering the brain and spinal cord, where they do the most harm. Clinical trials are now underway to determine if Vitamin-D can help prevent or slow the progression of MS in humans.
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