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For many years we've had extensive experience in the treatment of viral infections
using Vitamin C orally and intravenously. For severe, and potentially severe,
infections, intravenous Vitamin C in massive doses is recommended. When used in
the early stages, the benefits are often dramatic. These benefits decrease as the
disease progresses because tissue damage may become irreversible.

We've found that chicken pox, measles, hepatitis, and other common viral
infections, respond well to the use of Vitamin C. We thus expect similar results
with rare diseases such as smallpox, Ebola virus, and plague.

During the past 3 years we've conducted extensive clinical and literature research
concerning the association between infections (viral and bacterial),
coagulation/bleeding disturbances, and Vitamin C. This leads us to conclude that
with the Ebola virus, in
particular, intravenous Vitamin C should be used.

The specific conditions that produce free-radical reactions, or require
detoxification, will respond to the use of Vitamin C. This includes some
pathologies where endotoxin is involved.

Many of the problems associated with radiation are initiated by free radical
reactions. The initial step in the control of free radicals involves Vitamin C. We've
had extensive experience in the use of Vitamin C in the prevention and treatment of
adverse side effects following the use of therapeutic doses of radiation and have
found significant benefits.

News reports state that asbestos dust is a problem for those involved in removal
of rubble at the site of "ground zero" in New York City. Twenty five years ago Dr
Kalokerinos, while investigating asbestosis in Australia, observed that some tissues
(in patients who had contact with asbestos) contained asbestos fibers surrounded
by iron granules. A literature search since that time suggests that the iron may be
responsible for free-radical reactions that later lead to cancer. Although this matter
has not been fully resolved, it's possible that the routine use of antioxidants,
including Vitamin C, may prevent, or inhibit, the development of cancer following
asbestos contact.

We therefore believe serious consideratiobn should be given to the use of Vitamin
C (orally and intravenously) as prevention and treatment in a wide range of
chemical and biological insults. We'd be happy to provide references supporting
what we have stated above.

Dr Ian Dettman, PhD (biochemistry, Monash Univ.,
Biological Therapies
Factory 5, 20-30 Malcolm Rd
Braeside Vic.
Australia 3195
Ph. 011 61 395 87 3948
Fx: 011 61 395 87 1720

Dr A. Kalokerinos, MB. BS.(Physician & Surgeon,
Univ. Sydney)
RMB 218ZA Bournes Lane
Tamworth 2340
Ph: 011 61 267 60 8166
Fx: 011 61 267 60 8344