- •A chronic and prolonged reduction of gastric acidity may impair copper absorption.
- •PPIs have already been significantly associated with vitamin B12 deficiency.
- •PPIs may contribute to copper deficiency.
- •The discontinuation of PPIs should be considered in patients with copper deficiency.
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