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Mother-child vitamin D deficiency: an international perspective
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    A Simple Policy for Prevention of Vitamin D Deficiency & Rickets in Childhood
    • Justin Davies, Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist
    • Other Contributors:
      • S. Faisal Ahmed, Jeremy Allgrove, Nicholas J. Bishop, Christine Burren, Timothy D. Cheetham, Justin H. Davies, John W. Gregory, Sharon Lim, M. Zulf Mughal, Lucy Reynolds, Nicholas Shaw, Justin T. Warner

    Dear Editor,

    The recently published study (1) and accompanying perspectives (2, 3) follow the recent report of the RCPCH Standing Committee on Nutrition (4). With the recent introduction of the Healthy Start scheme in the UK, it is important for health care staff throughout the NHS to have a simple, yet effective, policy for prevention of Vitamin D deficiency that can be implemented in the community. Whilst we ag...

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