WASHINGTON — Results from an ancillary study to the Vitamin D and Omega-3 Trial, known as VITAL, demonstrated no difference in eGFR reduction between patients with type 2 diabetes who were assigned to either supplementation or placebo. Data were presented at ASN Kidney Week and simultaneously published in JAMA.
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