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  1. Low vitamin D increases the risk of hepatitis, influenza, Covid-19, AIDS and other viral diseases – Sept 2020
  2. HIV, TB, Malaria more important than COVID to lower Africa - Dec 2021
  3. Vertebral fractures 9X more likely in HIV patients having low vitamin D – Dec 2017
  4. Cognitive problems 2X more likely if HIV and low vitamin D – June 2019
  5. Overview HIV and vitamin D
  6. Those with HIV who doubled their vitamin D levels reduced their chance of death by 47 percent – Oct 2013
  7. Use of Tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (Hepatitis-B, AIDS) requires more vitamin D – Sept 2018
  8. After HIV infection, Vitamin D levels drop for years (not a surprise)– Oct 2021
  9. 1700 IU daily average restored HIV vitamin D levels (50000 monthly) – Aug 2012
  10. 200,000 IU restored levels in HIV children having low vitamin D - Nov 2014
  11. 7000 IU of vitamin D restored most HIV youths to above 32 ng - RCT March 2014
  12. 8 times less bacteria in blood of HIV patients if Vitamin D levels greater than 30 ng – April 2016
  13. Animal study: vitamin D as an adjunct therapy for the treatment of Pneumocystis pneumonia - Jan 2015
  14. Blacks with HIV were 3.5X more likely to be vitamin D deficient than whites – May 2012
  15. Cats with feline HIV and hospitalized cats have low levels of vitamin D – Nov 2015
  16. Children in Uganda have low vitamin D, and lower still if severe malaria - Dec 2014
  17. Coronary artery calcification associated with low vitamin D
  18. HIV – lower vitamin D if Black, higher if PI monotherapy – Oct 2013
  19. HIV – recommend 100,000 IU vitamin D monthly to get levels 30 ng – May 2013
  20. HIV associated with low vitamin D and high C-reactive protein – Sept 2012
  21. HIV children in UK – Vitamin D recommendations – Feb 2014
  22. HIV increases Calcium in soft tissues and reduces Calcium in bones – Aug 2013
  23. HIV inflammation markers associated with vitamin D less than 10 ng – Jan 2013
  24. HIV interactions with low Vitamin D - May 2013
  25. HIV leads to low vitamin D which leads to osteoporosis – a growing problem May 2012
  26. HIV patients had bone loss and less than 20 ng of vitamin D – Sept 2010
  27. HIV patients having EFC therapy were 3X more likely to have low vitamin D levels – Sept 2012
  28. HIV patients helped by monthly 120,000 IU of Vitamin D – RCT Oct 2017
  29. HIV therapy reduces Vitamin D levels, supplementation helps - Nov 2019
  30. Immunity increased by Vitamin D via cells and genes (HIV etc.) – March 2018
  31. Infant HIV, Malaria, and high vitamin D – Jan 2015
  32. Low vitamin D with HIV increases risk of infections – TB by 3.5X, CMV by 10.1X – Aug 2020
  33. Off topic: HIV drug developed and patented by US govt costs 1780 dollars but only 8 in Australia - May 2019
  34. TB lowers vitamin D, then HIV lowers it even more - 2014
  35. Treatment of HIV in youths helped by 7,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT July 2014
  36. Vitamin D deficiency in HIV-infected and un-infected women in the US – April 2011
  37. Vitamin D levels of HIV and non HIV equally restored with 50,000 IU twice a week - July 2015
  38. HIV treatment augmented by high-dose vitamin D, daily or weekly – Dec 2021
  39. Osteoporosis risk due to HIV gut and HIV drugs (gut-friendly Vit D can help)- Jan 2022
  40. HIV vaccine effectivity perhaps increased and side effects reduced if higher Vitamin D - Dec 2021
  41. Pregnant women in HIV therapy adding Vitamin D had 3X fewer deaths - RCT April 2022
  42. HIV not helped by 2,000 IU of Vitamin D (no surprise) – RCT April 2022
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