Golden Staphylococcus

During the early sixties, scientists at the Institute of Aerospace Medicine taught my colleagues and I about the dangers of oxygen deprivation. We learned those lessons very well; harsh lessons that many years later prompted me to use oxygen in an attempt to lower my high blood pressure when all pharmaceutical remedies had failed. A startling side effect of that eighties oxygen therapy was its simultaneous cure of my antibiotic-resistant strain of deadly Golden Staphylococcus, the 'incurable disease' I caught in a Dutch hospital when admitted for a minor operation during 1977-1978. Amazing though it may seem, in a single month, oxygen therapy killed the Golden Staphylococcus completely, despite its having resisted every antibiotic known to medical science for more than ten years.  Joe Vialls