3 years ago

Vitamin D and systemic lupus erythematosus - the hype and the hope

Over the past 20years, much has been written about the potential role of vitamin D in on adverse health outcomes. In recent years, evidence has accumulated regarding the effect of vitamin D on the immune system, and its different cells. Some studies have noted lower vitamin D concentrations in patients with SLE. These epidemiological data still not answer the question: is vitamin D deficiency the cause or the effect? To answer this, we will discuss the association between vitamin D deficiency and SLE and review the evidence from interventional studies.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S156899721730277X

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