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Intravenous Vitamin C Outlawed By FDA Despite Effectively Treating Cancer Tumors

A Natural News article published in Jan 2011 (archived screenshot here) reports that the FDA is clamping down on injectable Vitamin C as a treatment for cancer. Also see this archived action alert.

Why are they doing this, even though the evidence shows that this is a safe and effective treatment for cancer? And why isn't this treatment option available in mainstream medicine other than the "slash, burn and poison" options for cancer?

Take a look at the findings below : Read more »

Was it Acetaminophen, Not Swine Flu, That Killed This Boy?

On October 27, 13-year-old hockey player Evan Frustaglio died, allegedly from the H1N1 swine flu.

Well, you might want to take a look at this. Reye's Syndrome has been implicated in the deaths of teenagers who take fever-reducing medications for viral illnesses. Death is common, often within a few days, unless diagnosed and treated successfully [1]. The true incidence of Reye's Syndrome may be higher than the number of reported cases indicates [2]. Read more »

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