Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 29, 2008
Heart patients who decided to follow Linus Pauling's advice recovered in approximately 30 days, and many experienced significant relief in as little as 10 days. The recoveries only occurred after these former patients adopted the Pauling-therapy, usually without their doctor's knowledge or consent.
A common theme in the book is that these brave souls who adopted the Pauling-therapy quickly ended their pain and suffering, just as Linus Pauling predicted. In case after case, recovery occurred soon after the individual abandoned the "old" cardiology and embarked on what was at the time a little-traveled path into the world of orthomolecular medicine. When they strayed from the Pauling path, their disease returned.
Each incredible but true story is told through the eyes of a former heart patient. Some of the cases selected for inclusion in the book have now spanned more than 10 years. Several of these recoveries occurred in patients who had been barely able to arise from their "death" beds. The named individuals are not seeking publicity, but they are willing to meet with reporters and discuss their individual cases and medical histories.
Practicing Medicine Without A License? contains the specific detailed vitamin C and lysine dosage recommendations made by the twice Nobel prize-winning scientist. These recommendations have helped thousands of heart patients overcome their disease. The book also explores the reasons why Linus Pauling's therapy may not work in some cases.
The word "orthomolecular" was coined by Linus Pauling to represent "right molecules," or nontoxic nutritional substances in dosages much larger than the RDA. The book could have been appropriately titled, Chronic Scurvy, which is a more accurate description of the cardiovascular disease process.
The book publication coincides with the commemorative Linus Pauling stamp to be introduced on March 6, 2008 as part of the U. S. Postal Service's new American Scientists stamps.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Owen Fonorow graduated from the United States Air Force Academy. He is retired from AT&T Bell Laboratories in Naperville, Illinois and teaches college-level computer science. In 1996, shortly after Linus Pauling died, Owen co-founded of the Houston-based non-profit Vitamin C Foundation. The Foundation's mission is to fund vitamin C research and to help educate the public about the many health benefits of vitamin C.
Sally Jewell has worked in writing and editing in both the legal and medical arenas for over 30 years. Sally became acquainted with Owen Fonorow and the Vitamin C Foundation when her husband was diagnosed with acute coronary syndrome and has worked with them closely since that time in the advancement of information regarding the Pauling protocol for heart disease.
The first-ever Vitamin C Foundation Book will be available first in hard cover (ISBN 978-0-9816152-0-2) in late March or early April 2008. The soft cover edition is scheduled to become available in June 2008. The book will also be translated into other languages and available in audio-book (MP3) format.
See http://www.vitaminCfoundation.org for pricing and ordering details.
Advance copies are available for members of the media and recognized book reviewers.