Swine Flu & Leukemia Cure using Vitamin C Therapy
Vitamin C Conspiracy [back] Swine flu 2009
[Really good example of the medical Psychopaths (see: Allopathy Inc personality profile). Institutionalised medical psychopathy of 60 years standing. Man (Alan Smith) saved from certain death (they wanted to turn off his life support) yet they had to force the Allopaths to use non-Allopathic medicine: Nutritional Medicine in Vitamin C. See also Dr Levy's book: Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins: Curing the Incurable for list of 1,200 medical studies showing use in infections and poisons.
See: Billy McKee
Levy, MD, JD, Thomas E. High Dose Vitamin C Cures Swine Flu And Gets Suppressed! Dr. Thomas Levy MD
[2011 Feb] FDA seeks to limit liquid IV vitamin C production for mega dose therapy the FDA is forcing smaller companies to stop producing the pharmaceutical grade liquid vitamin C necessary for IV mega-dose treatments.
[2010 Nov] Vitamin C And The Law. A Personal Viewpoint by Thomas E. Levy, M.D., J.D. Any physician, or panel of hospital-based physicians, claiming that vitamin C is experimental, unapproved, and/or posing unwarranted risks to the health of the patient, is really only demonstrating a complete and total ignorance or denial of the scientific literature. A serious question as to what the real motivations might be in the withholding of such a therapy then arises..... ignorance of medical fact is ultimately no sound defense for a doctor withholding valid treatment, especially when that information can be easily accessed
[2010 NZ] Patient Advocacy services
[2010 Sept] Auckland Health Board lies over Vitamin C by Keith Stewart
[pdf Sept 2010 Allopathy Inc (ADHB) Media Release HIGH-DOSAGE VITAMIN C THERAPY No evidence exists to confidently say that high-dosage Vitamin C therapy is either safe or effective, ADHB Chief Medical Officer Dr Margaret Wilsher said today.
[2010 Sept] The hidebound Ostrich that is Auckland District Health Board by Hilary Butler
[2010 Sept] Kiwis May Die Through Medical Ignorance
[2010 Sept] Doctor does not always know best
[2010 Aug] What, and who, kills who? vitamin C? by Hilary Butler
[2010 Aug Press release] New Zealand Medical Authorities continue to ignore a potential cure for Swine Flu.
[2010 Aug] PRESS RELEASE: INTRAVENOUS VITAMIN C PROVEN SAFE. by Hilary Butler
[2010 Aug] A wake-up call: Why fighting for your family matters by Hilary Butler
[2010 Aug] Swine flu and meningococcal amputations are needless--Hilary Butler
[2010 pdf] Padayattyet al. Vitamin C: Intravenous Use by Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practitioners and Adverse Effects Conclusions: High dose IV vitamin C is in unexpectedly wide use by CAM practitioners. Other than the known complications of IV vitamin C in those with renal impairment or glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, high dose intravenous vitamin C appears to be remarkably safe. Physicians should inquire about IV vitamin C use in patients with cancer, chronic, untreatable, or intractable conditions and be observant of unexpected harm, drug interactions, or benefit.
[pdf 2008] Vitamin C: Evidence, application and commentary. Melissa et al. Vitamin C has a critical role to play in the prevention and intervention of many medical conditions. There is scientific evidence supporting the use of vitamin C during acute and chronic illnesses, for injuries, and for reducing the risk of disease. The safety of vitamin C over a wide range of doses has been demonstrated in a number of clinical trials; reports of serious adverse events are very rare. As a safe, natural, low-cost nutrient, the potential immune-supporting and antioxidant benefits of vitamin C should be considered when developing treatment plans.
 Gorton et al. The effectiveness of vitamin C in preventing and relieving the symptoms of virus-induced respiratory infections
[pdf] H. Hemilš, et al. Vitamin C and acute respiratory infections From the studies published so far it is evident that in large doses vitamin C has distinct but modest therapeutic effects on the severity and duration of the common cold, even in well nourished populations. There are also possible benefits in the prevention of acute respiratory infections, especially in populations that are malnourished or physically stressed. It is our view that three widely cited reviews concluding that vitamin C had little if any effect on the common cold did not accurately represent data from the original publications. For example, data inconsistent with the original study reports were presented, several highly relevant findings were overlooked, and data were analysed inappropriately. Furthermore, the authors of the most influential trial so far concluded that the difference between the vitamin C and placebo groups was paradoxically caused by the placebo effect. The placebo effect interpretation of the results was, however, recently shown to be erroneous, indicating that the observed benefit was indeed caused by the physiological effects of the vitamin.
[1994 pdf] Hunt et al. The Clinical Effects of Vitamin C Supplementation in Elderly Hospitalised Patients with Acute Respiratory Infections Although this study was performed on a relatively small number of subjects the results suggest that moderate vitamin C supplementation could have clinical benefit to patients suffering from acute respiratory infection, particularly to those who are most severely ill on admission. In many of these patients, plasma and white cell vitamin C levels are likely to be low enough to be construed as representing at least marginal deficiency, but 200 mg per day boosts these considerably within 2 weeks. Conversely, in the un-supplemented patients', concentrations of the vitamin remain low. These results are therefore consistent with evidence that vitamin C assists immune function possibly by acting as an anti-oxidant.