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Effect of Treating Vitamin D Deficiency in Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetes

Purpose

This study is being done to learn more about the success of giving vitamin-D to persons with type 2 diabetes and low vitamin-D levels in their body. For more information please contact Leslie McElvey at 352-265-0651 or at leslie.mcelvey@medicine.ufl.edu. http://diabetes.ufl.edu/research/find-a-diabetes-research-study/

Keywords

raloxifen, vitamin D, sugar conrol, Type 2 Diabetes, metabolism

Principal Investigator

Margaret C Lo, M.D.

Department

MEDICINE

Contact Information

lomc@medicine.ufl.edu
(352) 265-0140

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