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The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 9, No.3, 1994


Pride, Prejudice and Vitamin C

Martin Zwelling, Ch.E., P.E.

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It's time to resolve the controversy over vitamin C. It's long past time for the medical establishment to recognize and listen to other schools of medical practice whose credits are at least equal to theirs.

It is also time for patients (the public) to be aware that many are being deprived of a healing medical treatment based on a vitamin low in cost and effective for specific diseases without the toxic effect of drugs. In short, we will go beyond the recent acceptance of vitamins as necessary to good health and reveal that vitamin C will not only prevent but will also cure disease. We have moved from the convention that vitamin deficiency causes specific maladies to the understanding that vitamins are important nutrients to prevent disease. It's time to recognize that some vitamins, particularly vitamin C, can be a valuable medical tool to cure disease.

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