Vitamin D Isn’t an Effective COVID-19 Treatment, But Scientists Haven’t Ruled Out its Relationship to Severe Disease

February 21, 2022 | UToledo in the News, Medicine and Life Sciences
By Christine Billau



Dr. Azizullah Beran, an internal medicine resident in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, discusses his study that strengthens the case that vitamins cannot treat COVID-19.

Read: Vitamin D Isn’t an Effective COVID-19 Treatment, But Scientists Haven’t Ruled Out its Relationship to Severe Disease

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