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Thank you for this lucid and well referenced summary about the lack
of effect of D3 on calcium We have found even frankly deficient pregnant
women have been put off taking their essential Colecalciferol supplements
by well meaning but ill informed pharmacists and midwives. This puts them
and their babies at risk. We are seeing a sad comeback of rickets because
pregnant women are not diagnosed for Vitamin D deficiency or not treated