Results of random-effects model meta-analysis of the effects of combined vitamin D and calcium supplementation as compared with placebo on total fracture in randomized, controlled trials.
NS = not specified; NV = nonvertebral.
* Equally allocated groups.
† Unequally allocated groups; 2 women were randomly assigned to the control group for every 1 woman randomly assigned to the treatment group.
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Correction: Vitamin D With or Without Calcium Supplementation for Prevention of Cancer and Fractures. Ann Intern Med. 2014;161:615. doi: 10.7326/L14-5020-7
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