The forces of baloney are on the hunt for truth-tellers… and taking them down. Vimeo, the video hosting site, has taken down one of my most crucial recent videos: the webinar I ran last week, linking EMF toxicity with immune vulnerability and susceptibility to the coronavirus.
It’s good to know, in a way, that I upset the powers-that-be (who clearly run Vimeo, Google, Facebook and the like). But whatever happened to democracy? Free speech? And how can some jumped up little teenage geek make a call that overrides forty years of clinical experience from a doctor with 4 degrees, who has been professor at 2 universities?
It doesn’t make any sense at all. But then, very little in the world today makes sense: old fashioned ideas like truth, integrity, human kindness, love and capability are swept aside by little jerks online, who understand nothing and barely know how to wipe their own a**!
You’d think reality was just a bunch of keywords, instead of hard-won values, that glorious and devoted men and women have paid for with their lives…
Anyway, let me recommend that you watch this frightful subversive video, RIGHT NOW, before it gets hit again! It is, by the way, loaded with advice on how to protect yourself from toxic EMFs and how that could help with virus susceptibility.
OK, this wasn’t quite the newsletter I intended to write—but since we are on with the virus, let me reinforce the number one successful anti-coronavirus treatment (and no it’s not chloroquine of vaccination).
Here’s some really HOT news, about an online video conference, with a panel of heavyweight experts from around the USA (also Japan, Algeria, Malaysia and Puerto Rico) discussing vitamin C with a Chinese doctor, right from the frontlines in Shanghai!
Richard Cheng introduced the online video conference
The key guest was Dr. Enqian Mao, chief of emergency medicine department at Ruijin Hospital, a major hospital in Shanghai, affiliated with the Joatong University College of Medicine. Dr. Mao is also a member of the Senior Expert Team at the Shanghai Public Health Center, where all Covid-19 patients have been treated. In addition, Dr. Mao co-authored the Shanghai Guidelines for the Treatment of Covid-19 Infection, an official document endorsed by the Shanghai Medical Association and the Shanghai city government.
Dr. Mao has been using high-dose dose IV vitamin C to treat patients with acute pancreatitis, sepsis, surgical wound healing and other medical conditions for over 10 years. When Covid-19 broke out, he and other experts thought of vitamin C and recommended IV vitamin C (IVC) for the treatment of moderate to severe cases of Covid-19 patients. The recommendation was accepted early in the epidemic by the Shanghai Expert Team. All serious or critically ill Covid-19 patients in the Shanghai area were treated in Shanghai Public Health Center, for a total of 358 Covid-19 patients as of March 17th, 2020.
All patients who received IVC improved and there was no mortality. Compared to the average of a 30-day hospital stay for all Covid-19 patients, those patients who received high dose IVC had a hospital stay about 3-5 days shorter than the overall patients.
Dr. Mao discussed one severe case in particular who was deteriorating rapidly. He gave a shot of 50,000 mg IVC over a period of 4 hours (50 grams). The patient’s pulmonary (oxygenation index) status stabilized and improved as the critical care team watched in real time. There were no side effects reported from any of the cases treated with high dose IVC.
Orthomolecular News writer Richard Cheng, MD, PhD reported a subsequent meeting with Dr. Sheng Wang, MD, PhD, Professor of Critical Care Medicine of Shanghai 10th Hospital, Tongji University College of Medicine at Shanghai China, who also served at the Senior Clinical Expert Team of the Shanghai Covid-19 Control and Prevention Team.
- Early and high-dose IVC is quite helpful in helping Covid-19 patients. The data is still being finalized and the formal papers will be submitted for publication as soon as they are complete.
- Covid-19 patients appear to have a high rate of hyper-coagulability (blood thick and sticky). Among the severe cases, ~40% severe cases showed hyper-coagulability, whereas the number among the mild to moderate cases were 15-20%. Heparin was used among those with coagulation issues (heparin stalls blood clotting).
- The third important lesson learned is the importance for the healthcare team of gearing up to wear protective clothing at the earliest opportunity for intubation (inserting emergency breathing apparatus) and other emergency rescue measures. Dr. Wang and his colleagues found that if they waited until a patient developed the full-blown signs for intubation, then got ready to intubate, we would lose the precious minutes. So the treatment team should lower the threshold for intubation, to allow proper time (~15 minutes or so) for the team to gear up. This critical 15-30 minutes could make a difference in the outcome, once the patient has drifted into respiratory failure.
Both Drs. Mao and Wang confirmed that there are other medical teams in other parts of the country who have been successfully using high dose IVC treating Covid-19 patients.
So there you have it again: vitamin C, in big doses, is a life saver. If you or anyone needs IV vitamin C, contact Dr. Graham Simpson, who lives near me and has a facility in Las Vegas (yes, the planes are still flying!) He’s offering a special rate of just $99 for an IVC.
Dr. Graham’s office number is: (702) 445 6667 or call Michelle: (702) 768 2434.
Or just get yourself some of my Dr. Keith’s Own® Super C, which is formulated specially to be able to tolerate large doses orally. It’s easier and a lot cheaper than IVs. You can keep a supply in your medicine cupboard. But you know, if I got sick due to this virus, I’d RUN not walk, to the nearest center where I could get an IV.
I’ve been administering IV vitamin C since the 1980s, for exactly this situation (and for cancer patients).
Stay well! And let’s hope we don’t all die of politicians!
Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby
The Official Alternative Doctor