When Julian Barth, MD, a clinical pathologist in the United Kingdom, attended a recent presentation in the U.S. on studies linking vitamin D to everything from cancer and immunity to heart disease and diabetes, he considered supplementation and wondered how much it might cost. A quick look at a local drugstore gave him an answer: $7 for a 120-day supply of 1,000 international unit (IU) tablets…




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