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“COVID Therapeutics” – What does that mean?

“COVID Therapeutics” – What does that mean? Biological Drugs, Antibodies, Old Drugs, Vaccines and More… Dr. Paul S. Anderson INTRODUCTION: Why am I hearing “We’ll soon have COVID Therapeutics” on the News? It sounds like this is our road back to something near normal… Is it? The term “COVID Therapeutics” as used in most media

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Vitamin C and the Heart

Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) is seemingly so ubiquitous an intervention in integrative healthcare it is easy to overlook its potential therapeutic benefit as well as economical cost profile when considering therapies. One therapeutic target that is both common and often filled with costly interventions is cardiovascular prevention and disease.  This 2016 paper and the others

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Vitamin C for the Treatment of Coronavirus – Research Update

Presenter: Paul S. Anderson, NMD – Advanced Medical Therapies, Seattle Washington – Abstract: This presentation focuses on the role of ascorbate (vitamin C) in the treatment of COVID-19 and and its potentially fatal sequela. Pharmacokinetics, safety, and the current scientific literature are reviewed. Clinical applications of oral and intravenous vitamin C are discussed in

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ISOM Publication “Intravenous Ascorbic Acid for Supportive Treatment in Hospitalized Patients” PS Anderson, JOM, 2020

Originally posted in: Author(s): Paul S. AndersonDate of Publication: 24 MARCH 2020Citation: Anderson PS (2020) Intravenous ascorbic acid for supportive treatment in hospitalized COVID-19 patients. J Orthomol Med. 35(1) Abstract Intravenous ascorbic acid (IVAA) is a well-known intervention in medicine, which currently is rarely used in US hospitals. Due to the unusual and extreme

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COVID-19 and Genomics

Genetic variation, something beyond classic comorbidity? “COVID-19” illness caused by the SARS CoV-2 virus has such a variety of symptoms when they contract it. It is said that “comorbidity” (other prior health conditions) are the reason some have mild illness and some severe illness. This is likely true, but we also see people with no

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