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When will it become a crime to fail to recommend or provide vitamin D

Will the criminals be pet owners, parents, doctors, or hospitals?

Doctors are slow to change for many reasons

Additional reasons to not recommend Vitamin D includes patents and Vitamin D2

However, benefits of vitamin D have been proven


(This was started as a Blog post Jan 8, 2012)

Will the criminals be pet owners, parents, doctors, or hospitals?

Doctors are slow to change for many reasons

Additional excuses that doctors have to not recommend Vitamin D

However, a huge number of vitamin D trials and meta-analysis of trials have proven the great benefits of vitamin D

Many quotes on the web, such as

  • Mercola Oct 2010
    It is my impression that it is criminal malpractice not to recommend vitamin D and aggressively monitor a breast cancer patient's vitamin D level to get it between 70 and 100 ng/ml.
  • March 2010
    Dr. Hollis could not state this strongly enough. “I think it is medical malpractice for obstetricians not to know what the Vitamin D level of their patients is.”
  • Vitamin D Council 2009
    "As the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently recommended that all pregnant women have a 25(OH)D blood test...
    As the AAP recommendation came from an official medical body, to medical malpractice attorneys it represents evidence of a 'standard of care' for future lawsuits."
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