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Doctor silenced over successful Covid therapy

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Dr David Brownstein, who runs the Center for Holistic Medicine in West Bloomfield, MI, has had to remove details of his treatment protocols from his website and blog, even though they are explained in a scientific paper published last month.

He says he is looking at the possibilities of fighting the ban, which was initiated by the US’s Federal Trade Commission (FTC) because it claims his protocols are not supported by “competent and reliable scientific evidence”.

However, a month after the FTC’s ban, Dr Brownstein’s protocols for Covid-19 were published in a scientific journal. In the paper, he outlines how he successfully treated 107 Covid patients between February and May. In each case, the patient made a full recovery. In a separate report, Dr Brownstein says none of his Covid patients have died.

The study explains that his Center’s protocols include oral iodine supplements (25 mg a day), vitamin A (100,000 IU/day), Vitamin C (1000 mg per hour until bowel intolerance), and Vitamin D3 (50,000 IUs/day). If symptoms worsen, Dr Brownstein gives intravenous injections of vitamin C and hydrogen peroxide and ozone.

The patients, aged from two to 85 years, started to show improvements from the second day of treatment, he reported. Three needed hospital care, although two of these were before Dr Brownstein treated them.

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(Source: Science, Public Health Policy, and the Law, 2020; 2: 4-22

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