Vitamin D deficiency is an etiological factor for MS ? No
If vitamin D deficiency causes multiple sclerosis (MS), as smoking causes lung cancer, then we would expect this to be true across all racial/ethnic groups, and we would expect populations with high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency to have high incidence of MS. Neither is true; indeed, the evidence is quite the contrary.
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