How To Prevent and Cure Infectious Diseases:
Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD, wrote “Curing the Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins”. This was first published in 2002. I have a 3rd edition reprint by LivOn Books, 2009. This essay will also talk about the work of Dr Ian Brighthope, a Melbourne doctor who is a Vitamin C specialist.
This book of Dr Thomas E. Levy’s is proof that many medical doctors are specialists in the art of natural healing, and have been for some time. Thomas Levy’s book “Curing the Incurable” is a book which covers specifically the use of Vitamin C in treatment of disease. It is a fantastic resource book for all people who want the proof that the Vitamin C alternative really does work, because Thomas Levy has researched the use of Vitamin C very thoroughly.
It is a great book to quote to all those sceptics of ‘natural’ health. Thomas Levy’s book has over 1,200 scientific references, which should make it acceptable reading for all those who refute that Vitamin C does work, and can eliminate a disease.
Vitamin C is only one aspect of ‘natural’ healing, but to have all this research on Vitamin C therapy published by a medical doctor is certainly a break-through.
BECAUSE THIS BOOK IS WRITTEN BY A DOCTOR, which makes the whole argument for Vitamin C therapy more than credible, it is an excellent book for promoters of Natural Therapies, like myself.
Vitamin C therapy can help and cure many common infectious diseases such as polio and hepatitis. Vitamin C injections have cleared up cases of Shingles within 72 hours. It is quite astounding that this knowledge on the value of Vitamin C in treating illness, has been around for some time: Levy on page 83, reports the results of Zureick’s work which was from 1950.
Klenner is another early researcher who published results of his findings on Vitamin C therapy in 1949, 1953, and 1974. Klenner proved that Vitamin C was effective in treating cases of chickenpox, shingles, and herpes simplex.
Thomas Levy outlines the facts about his many successes in his book “Curing The Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Disease, and Toxins”.
Dr Ian Brighthope, who is the President of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine in Melbourne, is another doctor, a contemporary modern one, who has done much research on the use of Vitamin C therapy.
Dr Ian Brighthope was in our New Zealand news towards the end of 2010, supporting the use of Vitamin C therapy for the treatment of infectious diseases. I have written about his work in earlier articles on the Vitamin C treatment for Swine Flu. Several people in New Zealand and Australia had had Swine Flu and had been refused Vitamin C treatment, even though all other treatments had failed, and these patients were about to die. This state of affairs was made worse because there was definite proof that the Vitamin C therapy would work, as one person’s life had been saved by the giving of Vitamin C injections at the last minute.
The controversy over hospitals refusing to give Vitamin C treatment for Swine Flu is an extreme example of the moral negligence of some doctors and health authorities: These negligent and dishonest doctors and health authorities will let people die rather than use a ‘natural’ remedy which is not marketed by the drug companies whom they support.
And the controversey still goes on. I see that Dr Ian Brighthope has published a letter on line which objects to the manipulation of facts about Vitamins, which are published by the papers, and which suit the marketing interests of the drug companies…….
See Merrilyn’s other posts on Homeopathy and Herbal Alternatives to Vaccination:
Reading these posts might be helpful if you have decided to forfeit those much-promoted and often dubious flu injections.