“Vitamin C” Cures “Sepsis…” The Standard of Emergency Room (ER) Medical Care Has Changed Overnight… But will Big Pharma be able to stop it? Bolenreport.com

Dr. Paul Marik, a critical care doctor at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS), believes he has found the cure for sepsis, a common infection that gets into the blood and kills 1,000 people a day in the U.S. alone. In a February 2018 article in “Health and Medicine” author Elizabeth Simpson, from the Virginia Pilot says:

“A Norfolk doctor found a treatment for sepsis. Now he’s trying to get the ICU world to listen. When an EVMS doctor was faced with a patient on the brink of death, he decided to order a combination of Vitamin C infusions and steroids. By the next morning, her symptoms had turned around. He wants to spread the word to other doctors.”

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Incredible as it may sound to some, Vitamin C is excellent for treating many infections. A few years ago there a news report of a New Zealand farmer dying from pneumonia and the hospital finally gave in and allowed him to have large doses of Vitamin C in his IV, and guess what? Instead of dying he survived. We use Vitamin C routinely with other nutrients as cocktails with amazing results. I have many, many stories of patients making great improvements with a myriad of conditions using nutrient therapy in the injectable form. 

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