(PRWEB) December 27, 2004
I am unable to understand why, after publication of the evidence I submitted on 30th July quoting the two papers on the efficacy of ascorbate in killing MRSA in Japanese research by Nakanishi T. and available on Entrez PubMed, no interest at all has been shown.
Could it not be the case that non-toxic IV ascorbate would provide an instant solution to these infections and many others, and may one ask why it has not been done? There is not even a negative paper to be found in the literature on the subject of multigram doses of ascorbate IV - only many successes and positively beneficial sequelae. The prompt resolution of many bacterial and viral infections by ascorbate IV have been reported by Klenner F and others from 1949 onwards.
If the public has to wait much longer as the death rate mounts, might not MRSA patients start discharging themselves from hospitals in order to start injecting themselves? I would.
-Sydney J Bush PhD. DOpt. (IOSc. London)
Competing interests: None.
Sydney J Bush
PhD.,DOpt. (IOSc., London)
Optometrist & Contact Lens Practitioner
The Hull Contact Lens and Eye Clinic.
also....Anti-Coronary Clinics (UK) Ltd.
Yorkshire CardioRetinometry facility.
20-22 Brook St. HULL East Yorkshire.
ENGLAND HU2 8LA
Tel 0044 (0) 1482 223131 (fax 227636)
MRSA = Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus now killing thousands world-wide.
Additional note by Dr Bush: CardioRetinometry is the new speciality of monitoring heart and other diseases electronically via the eye vessels and recording their reduction through nutrition e.g., ascorbate. This is the new name for vitamin C, known for 50 years to be probably less toxic than water, but denied or ignored by physicians. CardioRetinometry clearly and instantly reveals that over 95 % of people suffer from chronic sub-clincal scurvy which is difficult for general medical practitioners - but not optometrists - to diagnose electronically using advanced camera/microscopes. Hull 25th December 2004
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Letter in eBritish Medical Journal
29th November 2004
Reducing MRSA on orthopaedic wards
From Dr.Sydney J Bush PhD. DOpt. (IOSc. London)