Which vitamin & calcium suppliments r good for thal major? & what's the best time to take any vitamin suppliments or fish oil capsules?

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Thal major & vitamin. Good information is available on www.Thalassemia.Org. The following are typically recommended: calcium 1000 mg, vitamin d 400 iu, zinc 8 mg, copper 900 mcg, selenium 55 mcg, vitamin c 100-2540 mg (if on chelation therapy), and vitamin e 100 iu daily. Avoid smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol.

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