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We see an open doorway at Mary’s back, with a small window of the kind that you can still see in the monks’ cells in this bedroom.
There are spandrels as in the painting at Cortona but this time they are empty.
Research from the University of Copenhagen shows that vitamin D activates the immune system by arming T-cells to fight off infections.
Without vitamin D, the immune system’s T-cells remain dormant, offering little or no protection against invading microorganisms and viruses.
But with vitamin D in the bloodstream, T-cells begin seeking out invaders, which are then destroyed and carried out of the body.
By contrast, antiviral drugs such as oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and zanamivir (Relenza) reduced rates of infection by only 8 percent.
Even vaccines had success rates significantly lower than the 58 percent achieved by vitamin D.