ICU nurses at Eastern Virginia Medical School discuss their experience with new therapy for sepsis involving intravenous Vitamin C. 189

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It seems too good to be true.  A simple and inexpensive treatment for one of the most dreadful conditions around: sepsis.   Also known as blood poisoning, sepsis strikes one million Americans every year, killing one-fourth of them. Dr. Paul Marik, chief of pulmonary and critical care at Eastern Virginia Medical School, came up with the […]

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