Vitamin C Clinical Trials For Coronavirus Underway In China – Latest Updates | boldcorsicanflame’s Blog

Comment by tonytran2015: I have been keeping oranges in my own daily diet since the news of this outbreak in China. Vitamin C has been known as boosting body immune system. It appears that there is concerted MSM’s effort to deny the effectiveness of vitamine C (https://survivaltricks.wordpress.com/2020/02/04/has-bbc-done-its-own-checking-on-facts/).

https://theboldcorsicanflame.wordpress.com/2020/03/12/vitamin-c-clinical-trials-for-coronavirus-underway-in-china-latest-updates/

This is why multiple clinical trials are underway in China to investigate whether or not vitamin C infusion has any effect against Coronavirus and those infected with it. The idea that vitamin C may help in treating the Coronavirus, at least here in the west, seems to be dubbed as ‘fake news,’ which is odd given the fact that authorities should be mentioning that at this point it’s inconclusive.

There remains to be a clear yes or no answer but researchers are
hypothesizing that it might have a positive effect which is why in Shanghai, China, vitamin C is being named as part of their overall
treatment plan, with official clinical trials underway.

3 thoughts on “Vitamin C Clinical Trials For Coronavirus Underway In China – Latest Updates | boldcorsicanflame’s Blog

    • I eat one single orange daily. After Victorian State raised its Health Emergency I have two oranges.
      I only pay attention to this State Health Emergency and ignore the irrelevant(?) Climate Emergency declared by my Local government.

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