Why Don’t All US Hospitals Treat Covid-19 Right?
The following is from an email I received from one of the most well-known doctors in the US–name will remain hidden–who wrote that the author of this note wanted it to be shared widely everywhere. And I can see why. Hence the entire blog below this is a giant quote (you can download the original here: Three U.S. hospitals use IVs of Vitamin C and other low-cost):
“Three U.S. hospitals use IVs of Vitamin C and other low-cost, readily
available drugs to cut the death-rate of COVID-19 — without ventilators!
March 30, 2020
“If you can administer Vitamin C intravenously starting in the Emergency Room and every 6 hours thereafter, while in the hospital, the mortality rate of this disease and the need for mechanical ventilators will likely be greatly reduced,” says Dr. Pierre Kory, the Medical Director of the Trauma and Life Support Center and Chief of the Critical Care Service at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. He explains that it’s the inflammation sparked by the Coronavirus, not the virus itself, that kills patients. Inflammation causes a condition called Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), which damages the lungs so that patients, suffering fever, fatigue, and the sense that their inner chest is on fire, eventually cannot breathe without the help of a ventilator. Continue reading