ROBERT F. CATHCART III, M.D.
ALLERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL & ORTHOMOLECULAR MEDICINE
127 SECOND STREET, SUITE 4
LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA 94022
FAX (650) 949-5083
- I have to admit that this suggestion is not as firmly based as many of the
other suggestions concerning the treatment of other diseases. This is
because in a private practice, it may be possible not to have encountered
resistant strains of staphlococcus. However, it cannot hurt to
neutralize all the free radicals involved in any disease and there is great
value in blocking allergic reactions to any antibiotics that may be used.
For some reason I do not completely understand massive doses of ascorbate seem
to act synergistically with various antibiotics. I would suggest
treating all staphlococcus infections with the appropriate antibiotic, plus
bowel tolerance doses of ascorbic acid (or
intravenous sodium ascorbate), and large amounts of acidophilus or some
other probiotic. With this program I have seen every staphlococcus infection
cured in very short order. The rapidity of response is very impressive.