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  1. Lupus
  2. 2000 IU vitamin D for Lupus repletion - Sept 2010
  3. Lupus in vicious circle with vitamin D - Nov 2010
  4. Vitamin D in Lupus - Oct 2010.PDF
  5. Rheumatoid Artiritis Lupus and vitamin D - Review- Nov 2010.pdf
  6. Review of Vitamin D, immunity and lupus
  7. Vit D may reduce fatigue in people with Lupus
  8. Vit D and autoimmune
  9. Vit D and Lupus
  10. Vitamin D may not be a good marker of disease activity in Korean patients with systemic lupus
  11. Geoepidemiology of rheumatic diseases - June 2010
  12. Vitamin D Resistance hypothesis confirmed by Coimbra high-dose vitamin D protocol – April 2021
  13. 2,000 IU vitamin D recommended for pediatric rheumatology – May 2015
  14. 93 pcnt of these Lupus patients supplemented with Vitamin D - Nov 2020
  15. Active Lupus associated with 3.8 X less activated Vitamin D Receptor – May 2019
  16. Autoimmune diseases associated with low Vitamin D and Vitamin D Receptor – July 2017
  17. Connective tissue disorders (Lupus, RA, etc) treated by vitamin D – May 2016
  18. Dermatologists are reminded of the importance of vitamin D in 8 diseases – Oct 2017
  19. Disease Database - nice links for Lupus
  20. How Vitamin D reduces inflammation, improves immunity and fights autoimmunity – review Dec 2018
  21. Hypothesis of Autoimmunity which includes Barr Virus and Vitamin D Deficiency – 2012
  22. If Lupus in family – 5 times more likely to get Lupus if low vitamin D and poor CYP24A1 – June 2016
  23. Immunological effects of vitamin D and their relations to autoimmunity – March 2019
  24. Impact of Vitamin D on Lupus – Aug 2018
  25. Inflammation and immune responses to Vitamin D (perhaps need to measure active vitamin D) – July 2017
  26. Is it time to routinely supplement Lupus patients with vitamin D? - May 2010
  27. It is time to routinely give vitamin D to Lupus patients – Dec 2016
  28. Juvenile Lupus fatigue reduced by vitamin D ( 50,000 IU weekly for 6 months) – RCT May 2015
  29. Juvenile Lupus treated by Vitamin D – need more studies to understand why– Jan 2018
  30. Lupus
  31. Lupus – vitamin D is essential in preventing and modulating it – May 2016
  32. Lupus 8X more likely to not even have 20 ng of vitamin D – May 2011
  33. Lupus again found to be related to vitamin D deficiency - should supplementation start? – May 2010
  34. Lupus and Vitamin D: good evidence, no conclusions – Review Jan 2013
  35. Lupus associated with both low vitamin D and Vitamin D receptor problems – April 2016
  36. Lupus associated with low vitamin D – Caucasian 2.2 X, Arab 4.6 X – meta-analysis Jan 2018
  37. Lupus biomarker ( regulatory T cell, treg) is associated with level of vitamin D – Jan 2013
  38. Lupus flares totally eliminated by loading dose then 100000 IU of vitamin D each month – Oct 2012
  39. Lupus flareups cut in half by just 2,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Dec 2012
  40. Lupus in blacks associated with low vitamin D AND short telomeres – May 2013
  41. Lupus in children 2.6 X more likely if they had poor Vitamin D Receptor – Jan 2017
  42. Lupus in vicious circle with vitamin D - Nov 2010
  43. Lupus increased when whites had low vitamin D (winter) – March 2012
  44. Lupus is associated with low vitamin D (research in Southern Hemisphere concurs) – April 2015
  45. Lupus is both prevented and treated by Vitamin D – review Dec 2017
  46. Lupus is yet again strongly associated with low vitamin D (when will supplementation be tried) -Dec 2014
  47. Lupus not treated by monthly 50,000 IU vitamin D (no surprise) – RCT April 2015
  48. Lupus patients are 5 X more likely to have low vitamin D – 3 meta-analysis 2019
  49. Lupus reduced by Vitamin D for all trials longer than 12 weeks - review Sept 2017
  50. Lupus reduced when half of participants got to 38 ng of Vitamin D (not statistically significant) – RCT Jan 2017

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