There are a few reports of severe harm caused by highdose vitamin C administration. Nevertheless, the death of a 68-year old African American man was not attributed to intravenous injection of 80 grams of vitamin C on 2 consecutive days per se, but to his coincident glucose-6-phosphate deficiency (Campbell et al. 1975). Such isolated instances have no public health relevance
Dolev wrote:No, I never did, but I usually ask. Actually, I had one person come in with a blood test for it. I don't know why they decided to test. He was at the low end of normal. I think the problem may only be where there is a severe deficiency. I truly don't want to kill anyone, so I'm a bit cautious.
None of the IV therapies administered at our clinic have ever caused any harm to any patient in our practice and we have now administered well over 500,000 IV treatments over the last 16 years. Dr. Buttar currently serves as the Chairman of the American Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology, specializing in the treatment of heavy metal toxicity using advanced IV therapies.
majkinetor claimed the side effect with G6PD deficiency was "death"
I don't see any reason to disparage Dr. Levy, as he certainly doesn't recommend that doctors test for this
majkinetor wrote:majkinetor claimed the side effect with G6PD deficiency was "death"
ROFLMAO. I said you may die, not that you will die. Get serious.I don't see any reason to disparage Dr. Levy, as he certainly doesn't recommend that doctors test for this
Awesome... so Riordan was an idiot. Good to know.
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