Why won't medicine study it and prove Pauling wrong? They have had more than 20 years.
why wouldn't doctors hedge their bets and advise their patients to follow Pauling's advice
Conventional doctors aren't quite comfortable practicing anything that is considered "alternative". Practicing alternative medicine would be exactly like practicing placebo medicine
I would think that most testimonies can be easily explained through natural course of the disease,
Initlal Correspondence: Starting the Pauling Therapy/Tower Heart Technology
Mon Jul 23 11:43:50 CDT 2001
Dear Owen Fonorow
According to the Doctors my main coronary artery is very bad and they can not do a bypass. Two years ago The main artery closed and I had a 2nd heart attack with damage this time. My heart was in the process of doing a bypass on the blockage when the heart attack happened. The Doctors said that was what saved my life but I would have to learn to live with angina for the rest of my life. After taking the Heart Technology for 3 weeks, I have more energy and no chest pains. LIFE IS GREAT. I want that feeling back. I hate chest pains.
I am almost out and have cut down to a tablespoon a day (6 gm vitamin C and lysine) until my next order comes. ( I hope it is soon.) I am dealing with angina again since I cut back on the Tower Heart Technology. I know that it is helping and I was taking 1 heaping Tablespoon every 12 hours. Thank you and advice or suggestions are appreciated.
I woke up this morning with tightness & angina pain in the chest (no fun) This product really does make a difference. Back to the Nitro patches & Nitro pills until I can get on the Heart Technology again.
this is one case, there are hundreds
Once one accepts that these emails are accurate
I've checked other e-mails, by the way. Still thinking it might as well be natural course of the disease.
But I agree with you that testimonials are far from convincing.
Huh? Only if she or we are lying. How is it the natural course of disease to be in pain without high dosage vitamin C/lysine, then to stop and have a heart attack six months later, repeatedly? I don't follow your thinking.
but I feel that there is other stuff alternative Vitamin C researchers can do to gather more mainstream attention. First one is to put the conspiracy theory on the back burner. The second one is to stop medical system-alternative comparisons and focus on being more rigorous and scientific with what you have.
So no one is holding up anecdotes as science.
I certainly am holding up anecdotes as science
For example, if there was nothing to this, one would expect a lot of people, if not the majority to complain that it didn't help them, but this has been rare over the years. Why would that be in your opinion?
There has been a sustained and deliberate attempt to discredit vitamin C, and it has worked, at least w/r to the medical profession.
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