Vitamin D and Autism Clinical Trials
This page provides details of ongoing research into vitamin D and people on the autism spectrum.
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- Ain Shams University is running a study to determine whether high dose vitamin D has positive effect on behaviour of autistic children. Clinical Trials Gov Ref: NCT02550912. For more details, please see A Study Evaluating the Effect of Vitamin D on Clinical Outcome in Autistic Children Full Item (Open in New Window)
- Massey University is running a study to determine the effects of vitamin D and omega 3 fatty acid in autistic children. WHO Ref: ACTRN12615000144516. For more details, please see Effect of Vitamin D and Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements on behavioural measures in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial Full Item (Open in New Window)
- University of Dublin, Trinity College is running a study to determine if vitamin D supplementation can influence behavioural and core symptoms of autism. Clinical Trials Gov Ref: NCT02508922. For more details, please see Trial of Vitamin D3 Supplementation in Paediatric Autism Full Item Open in New Window)
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- 15 Jan 2018