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Vitamin D – A Neglected ‘Analgesic’ for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain

A great site;contains very helpful information.
An Evidence-Based Review & Clinical Practice Guidance.
http://pain-topics.org/pdf/vitamind-report.pdf

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What a great report you found.  I really respect Michael Hollick, MD PhD. (He was one of the medical reviewers of this report)  I think he is supposed to be putting out a book on the subject sometime the end of this year.  One of my doctors actually spoke to him on the phone in a consult.  She found him to be very nice and informative.  I will probably have to read this article a couple of times.
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