Pneumonia in the Army in Iraq

Here we go again. These deaths are caused by free radicals regardless of what the infective organism is. The blood levels of vitamin C should be measured and when they are found to be zero, then massive doses of intravenous sodium ascorbate should be used.

  • Pneumonia draws Army’s attention

    • Here we go again.  These deaths are caused by free radicals regardless of what the infective organism is.  The blood levels of vitamin C should be measured and when they are found to be zero, then massive doses of intravenous sodium ascorbate should be used.

    • Note that this potential killer disaster kills by way of free radicals whether it is viral or bacterial.  These free radical deaths can be prevented by massive doses of ascorbate.  The disease is severe enough so that it should be treated with massive doses of intravenous sodium ascorbate followed, when the patient is better, with bowel tolerance doses of ascorbic acid.  The time has come to stop hiding our ability to treat these acute infectious diseases with massive doses of ascorbate (combined with standard treatments) just to preserve the profits of the drug industry.  Note that the cure of polio was published back in 1949 and kept secret only to preserve the profits of the polio industry and then the loss to the drug industry because of the obvious application of massive doses of ascorbate in the treatment of all inflammatory diseases.

    • Ideally, however, in serious cases this disease should be treated first with at least 180 grams or more of sodium ascorbate intravenously every 24 hours running constantly until the fever is broken and most of the symptoms are ameliorated.  If after a few hours that rate of administration does not have an obvious ameliorating effect, the rate should be increased.  Given in adequate doses the ascorbate will neutralize the free radicals.  This is not a matter of medical treatment, it is chemistry.  If enough molecules of ascorbate (electrons) are administered to a patient having a free radical (molecules missing electrons) driven disease, they will neutralize those free radicals and ameliorate or cure thedisease.

      “Amazingly, vitamin C has actually already been documented in the medical literature to have readily and consistently cured both acute polio and acute hepatitis, two viral diseases still considered by modern medicine to be incurable.” – Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD, (VITAMIN C, INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND TOXINS 2002) (From the Bolen Report)

    • Note the 53-Year Stonewall of Vitamin C by the medical industry.

Detailed rationale on why massive doses of ascorbate work on infectious diseases.

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