Would I be willing to pay the entire $250 a month cost for a best-in-class prohormone that would help prevent dementia? After watching my mother succumb to this disease much too early in life you bet I would! I've been on OTC vitamin D for over a year but would switch in a heartbeat to a more effective formulation. I also really like Burnaka's idea - when test results show severe deficiency put patient on Rayaldee for a couple months then switch to OTC formulation.
Positive correlation with vitamin D is good press considering the timing of the Rayaldee results. I am not pumping just pointing out attention to the topic at hand. It's better than an article that says Vitamin D is as good as drinking a redbull.