Re: {Disarmed} [Cognoscence] FW: Uncensored – Man saved by Vitamin C

From: Vetteljus

Date: 2012-09-09 20:43:27

I once saved a dying kitty with vitamin C. The vets had done “everything”, but would not try vitamin C. Cats can only get C from meat and the kitty had not been able to keep anything for three weeks. The morning after I had administered vitamin C for guinea-pigs in a huge doze the kitty was up running around. He was so weak and could not eat anything in the evening, not walk the slightest, so the change was enormous after only one huge doze. But the vet would not even acknowledge the vitamin could have had any effect on his improvement. It’s insane, as it’s wellknown we need it or we do get ill and die, like those sailors did before they got lemons.    Ingis     —– Original Message —– From: Andrew Johnson To: Andrew Johnson Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2012 9:20 AM Subject: {Disarmed} [Cognoscence] FW: Uncensored – Man saved by Vitamin C to lead protest at Auckland Hospital   ________________________________From: Jonathan Eisen […] OnBehalf Of Jonathan EisenSent: 04 September 2012 00:45To: info@checktheevidenc…: Uncensored – Man saved by Vitamin C to lead protest at AucklandHospitalIs this email not displaying correctly?View it in your browser . Allan Smith, whose life was saved in 2009 by intravenous Vitamin C atAuckland Hospital, will be protesting from 12-2 pm on September 15 atAuckland Hospital – for turning its back on this life saving treatment.Smith was featured on two segments on 60 Minutes in 2010.60 Minutes detailed his surprising story of near fatal illness with SwineFlu and pneumonia, and the willingness of Auckland Hospital to “pull theplug” on him – kill him – rather than give him Vitamin C.Vitamin C, especially in high doses, has been a well-known andscientifically accepted anti-viral for many years, and yet Auckland hospitalinitially refused to administer it, falsely claiming that they had “triedeverything” to no avail.When the hospital, under pressure from the family, finally and RELUCTANTLYadministered the vitamin C, Smith began to show a dramatic improvementwithin days.Within a few short weeks he was well again.Unfortunately, Auckland Hospital and many other NZ hospitals seem to havelearned nothing from the experience and to this day they actually REFUSE toadminister vitamin C to patients presenting with acute viral illnesses suchas the flu.They persistently and falsely claim that there is “no evidence” for theefficacy of vitamin C, but there is, indeed, massive amounts of evidence forit – even in their “peer reviewed” medical literature.Vitamin C is even a registered medicine in New Zealand.And yet they initially refused to give it to Allan Smith and they continueto refuse to give it to other people who are ill with viral (or bacterial)illnesses.And some people reportedly have died as a result of this refusal to even tryit!Were it not for the persistence of Smith’s family, he would have died, too.Whatever the reason for this intransigence in the face of the obvioussuccesses of Vitamin C, the people of New Zealand deserve to have a medicalsystem that is truly evidence-based, and is focused entirely on the bestrecovery strategies available – rather than one that refuses to acknowledgeits mistakes.Across the board, mistakes such as this one are costing thousands of lives,in that the Medical System itself is now reliably considered to be the thirdleading cause of death in New Zealand.Why, we ask, is it so difficult for Auckland Hospital to learn from the caseof Allan Smith? Why is so hard to admit that a mistake was made? . and thenchange a ridiculous policy that is costing lives and public health.For further information, contact: Allan Smith:Tel: 07 873 7572 Mob: 027-472-2975forward to a friend Copyright C 2012 Uncensored, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you are on my personal email list. Ifyou no longer wish to receive emails of this nature, please use theunsubscribe feature. Our mailing address is: Uncensored PO Box 44-128Pt ChevalierAuckland, Auk 1246

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