||Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011 - 9:38:09 AM
Ben Wasserman wrote in the current issue:
No significant associations
were found between vitamin D levels and risk of death from
cardiovascular disease or cancer.
The original authors wrote: The adjusted models of CVD and cancer
mortality revealed a higher risk, which was not statistically
They meant that mortality for CVD and cancer was higher than 26% but
not much higher. I don't see how Mr. Wasserman could make the above
statement. Please have him research this point and correct the error so
your readers do not get information that will compromise their health.
Editor's response: Thank you Rich very much for taking time to point that out. The original statement has been quoted.
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